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Not as tight as the first, and I didn't enjoy it as much, but it was still good. Sara was an interesting character, but I don't really agree with the general consensus that their chemistry was better? It wasn't like I thought it was uninteresting, but like... despite all the moments where she's willingly putting herself into mutually intimate-seeming situations with him it just feels... less, for me.
I did like that they were both duplicitous with each other in…
This was so damn EFFICIENT, the gals and I were impressed, and also we just had a great time with it. Like... it is a TIGHT movie, and it does exactly what it sets out to do in just over one hour, clearly got it done without needing much in the way of budget, had one really fun jump scare in particular but also just great creeping psychological horror.
Had to tell my sister it was made in 2014 and wasn't pandemic filmmaking. Anyway, we immediately put the sequel on.
The scariest part of this movie was when the diner waitress gave her hands a two-second rinse before going back to work*.
There were actually some fun things in the escape room but like... it's a syfy original, so, like... it's not allowed to be consistently good in any fashion. If only the interesting bits could have been put into a better movie... but, for a syfy original, like... it's definitely better than most of those. For a syfy original,…
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CLANCY BROWN. Clancy Brown is always a good time and he looks like he had fun with this.
Opened with a neat atmospheric spookiness that even my not-so-horror-happy mother was into. It's a horror anthology, there's nothing groundbreaking, but if you like your Creeps and your Crypt Keepers, then you'll have a good time.
Added a star for the moment when my sister said 'I didn't think I'd see a movie do mpreg'.
There was a greater reaction of visceral…