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Honestly, this was a completely unexpected gem. Maybe that’s why I rated it so high — I knew nothing about this and assumed it was going to be a very cheesy 80’s slasher.
What I ended up getting was a clever and methodically paced low-budget horror film that feels like a backwoods American version of Midsommer in the first half and turns into Pearl in the second half. This might start off a bit slow (and the premise can feel…
This is the only Tarantino film I hadn’t seen yet. I think I had been avoiding it because it always seemed like more of a side project that he didn’t really put much effort into, and now that I’ve seen it… I still kind of feel that way. It’s a fun movie — I love that we get a Tarantino version of a low-budget slasher. It’s just not a movie that’s really up to Tarantino’s previous standards.
The first half…
Everything everyone has said is true.
Go in as blind as possible and enjoy the ride.
This movie is a blast.
With The Batman, Everything Everywhere All At Once (seen) and The Northman, X, The Lost City, and The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent (haven’t seen yet) and also Men, Nope, Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, The Last Victim, Firestarter, The Black Phone, Hatching, Top Gun Maverick and a Jurassic World movie with the OG three cast members (coming out soon) all happening a…