Will Walker’s review published on Letterboxd:
Happy Birthday, Mal!
I've always been a huge fan of this film, but never quite noticed all the little subtleties and nuances in the performances before that are only enriched with that killer reveal. So much of what Skeet was doing here with his contemptuous body language really came across much stronger this time.
The soundtrack remains my favorite aspect of this film. Nobody can assemble a better tracklist of teenage angst and anxiety quite like Craven, that shot of Sydney's home overlooking a sunset hill to that smooth, serene R&B is pure Wes.