Lover of film, but Horror is the genre that possesses my soul.
The queer energy this exudes is astronomical. May is a pansexual queen, finding attraction to parts of any gender!
At the end of it all, May is acting out of a desire to quell her loneliness and finally possess a friend who is perfect - in parts she finds attractive and also someone who can fully understand and accept her. Isn’t this really just the queer experience?
What I love about this movie is how it’s left to the viewer to make this scary. Everything about this creates an opportunity for the viewer’s imagination to run as wild as it can. What are the characters really seeing? What’s just off to the side of the frame that we can’t see? It can be as horrific as you imagine it.
Myrick and Sanchez play with this so well. There’s so many times my eyes mistook a tree in…
Oh man, I think I’m going to be in the minority here but I genuinely felt this movie puts forth a valiant effort. At times it even succeeds at being eerie and creepy. It fully feels like a video game adaption, probably for better and worse.
So much of this reminded me of Silent Hill (2006) - how focused it is on recreating the world and iconic scenes known by fans from their respective video games. Maybe it does try to pack in too much fan service, but the end result is still a swift and entertaining adaptation.
First, I would just like to say I hate Hulu because it decided to intercut a commercial right in the middle of a kill and as one of the gays was getting killed it cut to a Kermit the Frog commercial 😭
Second, I would like to say bless this movie for being unapologetically gay and giving us a plethora of ass shots and a super brief but exciting shot of a peen!!!
Third, the reference to Lady Gaga’s iconic…