Taylor Heider’s review published on Letterboxd:
This movie needs a blu-ray release badly. I was pretty low on first viewing, but watching it this time I enjoyed almost everything about it. We get some grisly axe murders, regional hang-out horror, country music, goofy dialogue, ancient computer graphics, coca-cola product placement, booming synth score, I could go on forever. I LOVE that our main character and his love interest communicate with each other almost solely via the only computers in the entire town. Heart-warming. I also love the freeze-frame ending. Chilling.
@Vinegar Syndrome or, literally anyone at this point, restore this already. It's begging for more love n attention, the VHS is way overpriced.