Such arms. Exuberant and precise, like a Muppet attempting semaphore.
What a delight! The sets, the creatures, the costumes... all so much fun.
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Wow. I'm glad he lampshaded how nonsensical his plan was - "I'll find the money to marry you proper, Stella, and I'll do it in less than a week. I'll convince this heiress that I've so far only terrible offended to marry me, and steal all her money" - but still. And then it works? Kinda? I mean, Stella wasn't going along with it, even before the murder. Not that Eric thought women saying no was even the slightest obstacle.
What a rubbish guy.
There's some lovely pastel insanity and nice ideas here but it felt hollow. Collapsing under sustained attention. Any forward momentum came from the really loud music - like a slow sustained jump scare creating artificial tension. Like, I loved the loud music as music but it felt like cheap manipulation.