I saw this film aton .
What is interesting to me — and I have yet to learn of any specific language I can use for such occasions — that, every few years, a horror movie is released that is quickly dubbed “the scariest movie of [the year / the decade / all time]”, when one could seriously argue whether this is the case. I’m suspecting this is because Western culture traditionally regards horror movies as low-brow media, Silly archives, or simply bad storytelling. Perhaps the only descriptor we have for a good horror movie is that it’s the scariest. I should probably move this paragraph to a note called something like .
What I liked
- The violence and abruptness of the opening scene
- The general plot
- The mixing of the opioid crisis and the ghost world
What I didn’t like
- Felt it had a lull halfway through, can’t put my finger on what caused it