I like movies and stuff.
Surprised this is still here considering there are now two seasons. The second season was a big improvement.
Very good decision to move the emphasis from eye-roll-inducing discussions of actual “curses” to episodes about notoriously difficult/troubled/chaotic productions. The episodes on The Serpent and the Rainbow, Stalker, and Cannibal Holocaust were series bests for me.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I've got way too many feelings (all of them positive) stirring around inside of me having just seen this phenomenally entertaining remake/tribute to write a proper review, so I'm just going to list some of the many things I love about it.
1. ...the fact that it pays significant tribute to both 1981's landmark EVIL DEAD and 1987's absurdly creative EVIL DEAD II, in a number of interesting ways while also containing many great surprises of its own.…
It's been a Cronenberg family kind of day, what can I say?
How can a movie simultaneously be one of the most viscerally disturbing monster movies ever AND one of the most heartbreaking, tragic love stories of the 1980s? It's a rarity to find a movie that hits so squarely on all intended marks (scares, suspense, gross-out moments, special effects, emotional intensity...), but David Cronenberg's still-stunning remake of THE FLY (oh yeah, it's also one of the greatest remakes of…