You’re so cool brewster
If you can’t find a friend, make one!
May is an extremely infectious piece of outsider horror from the early 2000s it’s hard for me to understand why this isn’t a commonly mentioned piece Bc I was drawn in immediately and there was never really a dull moment. Lucky McKee brilliantly crafts a tale of loneliness in the most obscurely fashionable way possible. For me so much of this reads like an araki, specifically in its humor. The jokes are…
I wish I could see the first movie without having knowledge of anything that came after it. I can’t even begin to imagine what people thought for the first time watching this. The amount of impact it holds on my life and how I watched and appreciated movies is quite extraordinary. This isn’t even just the case for me, many people share this same connection to this movie and the rest of the titles that followed, which in turn should probably speak for itself. The first movie is incredibly fun, exciting, and amazingly story driven.