🥊adrian🐍’s review published on Letterboxd:
The strength of this movie comes from how new and groundbreaking it feels even 20+ years after its release. The scares still frighten. The twists still blindside. The jokes still make you laugh. And the commentary still applies. If you haven’t seen this, get on it quick without looking anything up.
It seems to me like most modern horror films are still under the shadow of both the classics and this film.
I miss video stores.
It’s got a very tight script and an experienced and comfortable director.