Some grandpa cryptozoologist watches a couple do a super dull cascade of murders on his cctv coverage of their trailer & random clusters of saw palmetto occasionally rustled through by a passing bigfoot or chupacabra or other not-so-indelible mystery that stole their little girl. Definitely scant & monotonous, but hard not to find an appreciation of the spaced-out, narcotic quality with which it carries itself, like when the dad tells mom "there's something else I found out there" and straight up hands her their girl's little skull all wet & tacky with bits of crimson tissue.
my top 5 most wanted horror vs horror movies
5. Rumpelstiltskin vs The VVitch
4. Candyman vs Francis Ford Coppola's Bram Stoker's Dracula (must have this exact title)
3. Gremlins vs Ghoulies vs Beasties vs Critters vs the gnome from Cat's Eye vs The Pit vs The Brood
2. Don't Look Now vs God Told Me To
1. Maximum Overdrive vs Tremors
This wiped me out. Unsparing, so the elderly aren't magical lessons, but whole & broken, deteriorating people, for whom aging is agency & desire dwindled to the immaterial & unrealized, and these needs are ever-immediate, not receding, not unstuck & out of time. And it's so outrageously funny--Sawa bundles old men into her mercenary care arrangements with flurries of confusion & threats & blackmail. But she's a vital reciprocating presence in lives that have gone without, and out of her strong arm initiations comes this rough…