Considering that a large chunk of my preteen/early teenage life revolved around the party game “Mafia” and I just spent a chaotic weekend at a cabin with friends and loose acquaintances, this could not have been more perfectly tailor-made for me
There's always something special about a movie that marries horror with humanity. Pulse is filled with disturbing imagery that feels terrifying at first glance yet tragic at second. The internet is scary and so is loneliness.
It's grimy, unfocused, uneventful-yet-chaotic, and it somehow works? As far as ultra-low-budget-indie-features go, this was actually pretty solid. Parts do drag, but when the comedy shines through, it certainly shines.
excuse me Mr. Peele, not to be disrespectful or rude but could you please take movie down. that is my sister who was killed by a metra train & this movie is very disrespectful. idk who you are or if you even know her but I need you to take this down please.
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