too many buns.
The inevitable has happened: Quarantine-Fueled Zoom Horror. And honestly? It’s great. I love this cast. The performances are so organic, and there’s really great chemistry despite the “long-distance”. Spooky ghost stories are my favorite, and the technology gimmick doesn’t bog this one down at all. A really fun time.
The best part of this was the Eli Roth interview during the breaks. He’s always so interesting to listen to. An absolute delight. And I love how excited he gets about things he enjoys. (Plus he was looking like a totally disheveled daddy.)
Okay the redneck training montage is great too. And the score is pretty good. The movie really didn’t do much for me overall. There are a few fun bits (read: absolutely chaotic scenes with the craziest energy) but the rest... meh.
An absolutely wonderful breath of fresh air as far as Tim Burton's films are concerned. It might not be Ed Wood, but it still proves to be an intriguing enough biopic. Where the pacing and script sometimes falter, the great performances by the cast as well as the gorgeous aesthetics definitely pick up the slack.
Now that I actually have the time to formulate a better review (and I've watched it for the umpteenth millionth time):
Shock Treatment might've seemed like the worst idea at the time, but really, it's much better than the movie it's claimed to be a direct sequel/equal to. It was just never given a chance at the box office or by the devout Rocky Horror fans it was solely created for. Overall, the story is more cohesive (even though it…