I was hooked from the opening scene. Explores the real world trauma of domestic abuse under the guise of a horror film to terrifying effect. The terrific camera work and sound design only enhance the experience. Elisabeth Moss is an absolute powerhouse here, will probably end up being one of the best performances of the year.
An explosion of color and broken limbs. Actually has some semblance of identity, it doesn’t feel hastily stitched together out of desperation, and the soundtrack is much more cohesive this time. The first act had me worried because it’s kinda messy, but once the action kicks into high gear it’s a blast.
Educating yourself is necessary, to truly understand how ingrained racism is in our society, how it’s evolved over decades, and how these systems of oppression insidiously form over time. The final line of this documentary is devastating.
Black lives matter. Please consider signing petitions and donating if you can.
I’m slowly being convinced this might be the best in the series, which has rather seamlessly transitioned from a simple revenge story into something much larger than even John himself, who must now face the consequences of his actions. Maybe it’s the continually expanding world and mythology, or just the insane action on display, but this just keeps getting better.