Starts out like a satire of the old horror classics, but mutates into something a lot more psychological. I loved the tonal shift a lot. It's very fun and the horror aspects work really well. It's very cheesy and I think that was intentational for the most part, but it was almost too cheesy at points. Hur yeah, I had a fun time!
This will be kind of a fusion between a rant and an actual review.. so here we go I guess.
I've heard so many people say that this movie is too gritty and too dark and that none of the characters has any humanity in them. And boy do I disagree. First off, isn't "The Dark Knight" like that as well? Or maybe "Se7en"? No? I would argue that "Three Billboards" is in the same category as those two movies.…