“We, all of us, have a little bit caveman in us.”
Grindhouse meets Arthouse.
This film walks the line between pretentious and masterpiece.
It’s a giant middle finger to audience expectations and Halloween fans alike. As a “Halloween Film”, it’s far from anything that came before or after Rob Zombie’s involvement. In terms of an examination of Trauma, how it’s passed down through generations, and how people live with it, it’s WAY OUT THERE.
I’m truth, I’m still not sure what…