Seeing is believing
What a brutal fucking piece of art, this is legit one of the most complex horror films I've ever seen.
I think Laurie being the main character here instead of Michael was a really smart move because it allows Zombie to take time focusing on her struggles with PTSD after the events that took place in the first film.
The atmosphere for one is so fucking unsettling here, I'm not talking about it being suspenseful either like how it is…
This is actually a pretty decent movie to me now, I still don't think it deserves to be in the same convo as Heavyweights such as Scream or Nightmare on Elm Street but it's no where near as bad as I once thought it was.
I still think the Rob Zombie movies are much more interesting films seeing how they're more insane, the kills are much more creative, and most importantly the way both of Zombies films delve into Michael…
Tim Burton is probably my favorite filmmaker of all time. Ever since I was a kid I've been in love with his strange gothic nightmarish and even cartoon-ish at times aesthetic, I feel like movies such as Batman '89 and Ed Wood capture everything I've always loved about Burton perfectly.
With that being said though, none of his films captures his unparalleled creativity better than Edward Scissorhands. I mean what the fuck can I even say about this masterpiece? The…