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UNNECESSARILY LONG REVIEW COPYPASTED FROM MY SLASHER POST:
This. Movie. SLAPS. I had zero expectations for a Netflix movie based on an R.L. Stein teen novel, but this RULES. Not sure what I thought the plot was going to be, but it sure as shit wasn't this. Full of fun surprises.
First of all, nothing I love more than good setup and payoff, and this has it in droves. It's even the best kind: payoff where you've forgotten about the…
The more I think about this movie the more I dislike it and I just read a very frustrating interview with its pretentious ass of a director, so I've decided to finally delete my 3 star review and accept how much I fucking hate this movie.
She can go ahead and talk about "iT'S AcTuAlLy a cOmMeNtArY On rEvEnGe fIlMs! I WaNtEd tO DeCoNsTrUcT ThEm! By gEtTiNg mAd yOu'rE PrOvInG My pOiNt!" But jesus, what a smug way to ignore…
For my triumphant return to letterboxd: Tremors
This is a film I saw many times as a child but haven't watched since around 2008. Despite its familiarity it was still full of surprises. I'm not saying this movie is perfect, all I'm saying is I can't find anything wrong with it, just a million little things I love. An excellent monster movie and one of my favorite horror comedies.