Loved the creature designs and overall dark fairytale vibe. It's creepy, gooey, and grim. However, it felt rushed getting into the madness too early on, without taking much time building up to it. There's also no reason why the woman's character needed to be written as someone so stupid, she doesn't even recognize her own child. Still a great one to play on Halloween night for the vibes. I'm sure the director will go on to good things. Shout out to the FX team for the beautiful work.
After painstakingly skimming over tweets with this title in them or avoiding Twitter for days at a time, and avoiding any and all reviews of this film, I am happy to say that I went in mostly blind. Unfortunately, two jerks on Twitter had a conversation about the END SCENE. Seriously? Take that sh*t to direct messaging.
I loved it. I even went by myself. I loved how perfectly it hit all the genre stereotypes where you think it's going…