Hell is a 13-year-old girl. The red panda issue just makes things way worse.
Fun, beautiful animation. Cute characters. A story you can really connect with. Having the courage to stand up to a parent and become your own person is such a universal experience (regardless of what some critic might say). This works on so many different levels.
What a great movie!! I loved it!
Found footage is hands down one of my favorite horror sub-genres. When done well - it’s incredible. Can’t be beat. There’s something so alluring about “seeing things you really shouldn’t be seeing.”
I loved the interviews with all the found footage directors I know and love as well as new faces I had yet to meet. It also showed me clips from films I haven’t had the chance to watch yet and ugh I’m so excited!!
A lot of the acting seems so stilted and unnatural for some reason? Like - it fits the atmosphere but is also a bit off-putting at the same time.
Martin Sheen is very creepy. He plays a good, horrible character. That poor hamster. :( I was upset.
Overall a decent little thriller. It’s beyond genre, really, like Joe Bob says. There’s a lot going on.
Now that I actually have the time to formulate a better review (and I've watched it for the umpteenth millionth time):
Shock Treatment might've seemed like the worst idea at the time, but really, it's much better than the movie it's claimed to be a direct sequel/equal to. It was just never given a chance at the box office or by the devout Rocky Horror fans it was solely created for. Overall, the story is more cohesive (even though it…
An absolutely wonderful breath of fresh air as far as Tim Burton's films are concerned. It might not be Ed Wood, but it still proves to be an intriguing enough biopic. Where the pacing and script sometimes falter, the great performances by the cast as well as the gorgeous aesthetics definitely pick up the slack.