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Lizzy’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
You shouldn’t smoke pot.
When you smoke pot, you ignore your sister.
When you ignore your sister, she eats stuff she shouldn’t eat and begins to suffocate.
When she starts to suffocate, you have to rush her to the hospital.
When you rush her to the hospital, she ends up freakishly beheading herself.
When she freakishly beheads herself, your mother is overcome with grief and begins to lash out at her family.
When your mother lashes out at her family, it begins to tear itself apart.
When it tears itself apart, it unleashes dark and horrifying secrets that lead to gruesome and agonizing fates.
When it leads to gruesome and agonizing fates, it leaves one left to be the willing and able vessel for a demonic overlord, free to walk the earth and do as they please.
When there is a willing and able vessel for a demonic overlord, free to walk the earth and do as they please, it promises death, calamity, pure evil, and eternal damnation for more families and possibly the entire world.
Don’t smoke pot.