I knew what was coming and still sobbed like the first time.
When a classic surpasses expectations and brings both the warmth and the heartbreak on a second viewing you know it's good. I love this movie so much. *sobs forever*
( 010 of 100 on my spooky season marathon )
There were aspects that I loved and some aspects that I didn’t enjoy - some elements did feel repetitive (which could have been solved with a little more editing) but overall I enjoyed it.
Michael is really scary in this and warning some kills felt very mean spirited just to boost a higher body count.
me *low key sobbing as a sip on my hot toddy*: This movie is perfection.
I'm sure there are flaws but I'm going to be real honest - I wasn't looking for them. I softly cried a few times during this movie. As a fat girl this movie hit me on a level I never expected it to hit. I was terrified it would be accidentally (or worse intensional) fatphobic or terribly written. I'm so glad my fears were not…
There are nights like tonight when my anxiety and depression come together to make me overthink everything and want to curl into a ball and sob for reasons unclear. I find myself comparing my life and my things to others and contemplating if I am loved in the relationships I'm in. Why do I say all that? To present a mindset going into this movie, I suppose.
I loved this. I needed a magical little movie with characters to fall…