Podcaster, composer, lapsed horror writer.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Very much follows the Netflix limited series format in terms of style and tone but the actual content on this is really engaging and my god is that third episode satisfying.
What I found most curious and sort of terrifying about this was 1. How clearly Hunter Moore seemed to mentally absolve himself of any wrongdoing just because he wasn't submitting the pictures, despite the fact that he also ran a hacking scheme parallel to it which seemed to be…
Enjoyed the hell out of this, honestly. First kill made me gasp, final kill had me in stitches. Gloriously bloody with a weirdly specific agenda against Generation Z, with the jokes and references to that stuff landing with variable success. Some odd and ill-considered narrative steps in there but you could do a hell of a lot worse for a TCM reboot in this day and age. Unapologetically OTT in its kills and let's be honest, that's kind of half the battle.