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Cusack’s review published on Letterboxd:
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Same rating as last time I watched it. Its good but its got its flaws. Its pretty dense with a lot happening and you’re supposed to pay a lot of attention to figure out what the fuck is going on. Even when you do there are still things that don’t make any sense.
Like how the hell Steve gets burned when Annie throws the book in the fire. Or why Annie feels the need to float around all creepy-like and then cut off her head. Or why Paimon needs to go through every character like 14 times just to possess Peter. Or who all those random naked Coven people are. Or who the fuck is that smiling guy at Ellen’s funeral who’s also naked in a closet smiling at Peter near the end.
There’s just a lot of random crazy shit.
Also I still think Toni Collette was a bit over the top for the role. Like she was good but she wasn’t as good (imo obviously) as Alex Wolff’s character or even Milly Shapiro’s.
Overall though, its a pretty good horror movie though I’m not sure I’d stick it up there with the greats.
Number of watches: 3