I'm not a crackhead, I'm a woman!
you know i typically have done a great job at avoiding these kind of movies the past 5-7 years. the hacks of the world like peele, aster, ti west, garland, etc have won the game. their infatuation with derivative interpretations of canonical horror films have bred a pedantic school of filmmaking, which to their defense started in other genres where i suppose digital and analogue filmmaking lost the battle against labor shortages, resulting…
I remember the images i saw on twitter of body bags being stacked outside of hospitals, waiting for transportation to take them off site, as complimentary images of health care workers having their whole bodies and faces obscured except for their eyes when speaking into cameras that projected their purgatory to millions of screens across the world. the allegories contained in this movie about gratitude for the second chance the fortuitous throughout the world should have after the initial breakout…