God I Wish I Were A Fat Ass Shark.
wonderful performances and pleasing aesthetics all around. at times it felt like things were spread a bit thin due to how much is going on in the film at large without a ton of time spent with some of the individual elements but it wasn't a huge detracting factor in the end.
i enjoyed it a lot and am even more excited to see Candyman now.
i can tell that i added this to my watchlist off of the inclusion of Tegan and Sara, Robyn, and similar artists while i knew nothing else about the film.
it wasn't bad but it was one of the most okay in every sense of the word films i've seen in a minute. not a lot here to feel much about either way which can sometimes be more difficult to recommend than something that really goes for it but falls…
Hooptober requirement: The lowest rated film from the 80s that you can access. - 1/1 ✓
I'm not sure y'all... This wasn't very good but the lowest rated horror film of the 1980s? I'm gonna call bullshit on that lmao.
Anyways, instead of putting any serious thought into reviewing this let me just say that hobgoblins can be added to the List of my monstrous children (along with Gremlins, Ghoulies, Critters, and…
Hooptober rule/requirement: 10 anniversary films - 9/10
Don't know what to say. As I watch more and more cinema I keep waiting for this to fall in my favor but it's still my favorite film of all time even after all of these years.
Already have at least 2 more viewings of this planned for the rest of the month (once on 10/10 or 10/11 in cinemas and the other the night or day that I go see Halloween (2018)) so maybe I'll have some more constructive thoughts later, sorry.