If you've ever wanted the intro to a themed porno to go feature length— yo.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Aside from the beat-for-beat mirroring of the original film seriously deflating the drama and suspense, I rather liked this episode.
However, the story is like a coincidence got in a wrestling match with fate and the punch-up crew from the MCU was commentating. And, I get why they did it and the end result could be the best set-up for a budding "new" franchise, but still kinda dodgy.
I really want an explanation for why R2 happened to "come to"…
A bunch of social outcasts wax poetic about their obscure obsession of collecting garbage cinema on a garbage format because ‘*^the 80’s^*’. There but for the loss of my virginity go I...
This film will only appeal to the actual rando interviewees who appeared in it, and those who wished they could have. And me, but only because, every 15 minutes-or-so, this utter loon pops on and gives segmented tours of his creepy hoarders-den filled with hand-labeled tapes of future evidence toward yet-to-be-discovered crimes against nature; it’s horrifyingly cringy, yet shockingly captivating.