Scariest experience in a theater ever was definitely (very embarrassingly and rudely) arriving ten minutes late to the showing at the central cinema and trying to quietly find seats and then the waiter came by to take our order and I (quietly) tried to say we were having two checks (the last time i was there with a friend they didn't ask and didn't split so I should prob just mention it etc) and he loudly shouted "Chocks? What?" and…
Scariest things in this movie:
Usnavi looking out the window and a haunting crowd of people gathered as if under a dark spell, monolithically postured in the streets.
Vanessa singing and the camera panning around to reveal an omnisciently placed and stoicly menacing crowd of people having materialized staring and singing at her THREE TIMES.
The horrific wigs (I assumed they were cg but at the end some motion looked like a real motor movement. Even scarier to imagine these…