PatrickRipoll’s review published on Letterboxd:
This is not the greatest horror film of all time, not by a long shot, but it is by far the most watchable for me. I've seen this maybe 15 times and I'll probably see it 15 more before I'm done. You know you've lost the ability to be objective when even the flaws you notice are more endearing than anything else.
In this viewing, the fact that every person in this world is the most insensitive person ever towards Sydney and her oh-so selfish dead mommy issues felt like a running joke. Almost every scene she's in has someone not at all understanding why she's so upset at all these brutal murders. It's surreal.
David Arquette though, still one of the greatest supporting characters in horror history. Team Dewey forever. A+