in hindsight, as someone who has seen rob zombie’s the munsters, it makes sense that rob zombie, the ultimate, totally straight wife guy who maintains a respectable level of weirdness, would make a munsters movie. this point will probably feel like an old hat soon if it’s not already. oh well. it’s the aspect most distinct in my mind after just one viewing. if you don’t have anything new to say, say nothing at all. this is a vibe piece.…
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Yeah, okay, Anna Biller.
I'll stand by the opinion that this is mostly interesting because of its ability to elude easy classification. Everything in this film seems to point toward something subversive going on, but if you read Biller's own commentary, it becomes apparent this is exactly what it seems at first glance: an earnest throwback to sixties cinema that is so exacting it even replicates the era's problems with gender essentialism. Biller doesn't subvert any of this because she…
if your stance on my existence is "I don't see you as a real woman but let your freak flag fly!" then please, for the love of god, save it. you can fucking hatecrime me and spare me your condescension. just call me a slur. idgaf.
yeah, I know. this is another dave chappelle review.
the internet grants us all the privilege of more or less being taken at face value. I can use whatever username I want and refer…