Big dork energy.
The sensory overload of multiversal absurdity is every bit as exhausting as it is necessary - in a sea of neverending nonsense, there are brief specks of time where everything is good and makes sense.
Like when two rocks laugh in silence over a dumb joke, or when your tax auditor teaches you how to vape.
Cherishing the best parts of this movie is worth experiencing all of it, even the really messy, flabby parts.
Also, for the record, shoving those awards up your ass is the most statistically probable thing in every conceivable universe.
"Midnight to one belongs to the dead" - a quote I'm gonna shamelessly steal for my D&D campaign.
A neat little spooky ghost story. Lays the atmosphere on thick (pun intended), and has a bunch of likable characters that you want to see survive.
Well, except for maybe the corny weatherman.
Fog effects are a bit of a letdown and I don't much care for imposing such a strict kill limit on the supernatural threat - or at least, if…