Horror. Cult. Trash. I make poor choices.
Sets the bar very high for all future Godzilla movies. I joke that the human story has no right being as thoughtful as it is, here, but you really don't expect a Godzilla movie to make the lead characters as relatable and sympathetic as these film makers do. Often, the human stories in Godzilla movies are just fluff to pad out the runtime. Also, they successfully made Godzilla kinda scary again.
There are many great fight sequences. The training sequences started to feel like they were going on longer than they needed. There's a big-bad-guy reveal just before the final fight scene that should have been foreshadowed in some way, because it just didn't work for me, humorous or otherwise. I also didn't like the sudden introduction of a little wire-work in the final fight.
A woman marries into an extremely wealthy family who then force her into a deadly game of hide and seek, intent on killing her before sunrise. She is then chased around the enormous mansion as she tries to survive.
I saw this one based on all the positive buzz it was receiving here on Letterboxd and on the 88% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It does not disappoint. If you're looking for something easy to watch and darkly comical, you should…