i have terrible opinions
i like horror and movies that make me sad
later this year will mark 5 years of being sober from my drugs of choice but this movie still caused a visceral reaction for me. the first time i watched this my dad was still alive and now he’s not. tenderly made and the two lead performances are so great. i remember reading tweak growing up and having it resonate with me a lot. i wish all addicts could receive the same love and support but it’s nice to know there are familial bonds this strong. i hope people can sympathize with those struggling at a deeper level seeing stuff like this. addiction doesn’t discriminate.
i’m a simple woman i see matilda lutz wielding a shotgun and i smile
much better than i excepted! borrows elements from all kinds of great movies and wraps them into a strange yet entertaining experience. sometimes i felt like maybe it was trying to do too much but that’s just me being nit-picky. solid performances, great atmosphere and some gore thrown in as well. there were parts of the reveal/twist/whatever that i saw coming and others i did not. the post credit bit was a nice little touch as well. definitely a step above the majority of what netflix produces.
not to get too personal on here but whatever. yesterday was the 3 year anniversary of my overdose on heroin and i’ve been clean since then.
this is a heartbreaking movie. it is showcases how easy it is to succumb to addiction and how difficult it is to get out of it and how it can, for some people, be an impossible task. it’s also an unflinching look at the awful things that can happen inbetween. the portrayal of the…