Everything is great in this movie!
The score, the pacing, the plot, the photography, the sets, the special effects, the characters, the action scenes.
This is the first time I watch this and I'm sure the series can't get any better, but I'm gonna continue to dig into it for sure.
Finally an enjoyable slasher for my taste!
TEACH ME EVERYTHING YOU KNOW.
I almost felt like taking notes while watching this.
A really inspiring and enlightening watch.
A beautifully looking essay on how to handle an healthy open relationship and all romantic desires in general (especially the ones involving jailbait teens).
Very unexpectedly good and enjoyable.
Unforgiving and crude invasion movie.
Well acted, 'real' and with a great pacing.
At the beginning maybe just too real to be original and interesting,
then BAM it gets very good with some impressive one-shots scenes and an AMAZING ending.
I've watched it a second time at 10x speed and I counted like only 12 cuts in the whole movie!
Too bad the score was already a 9/10 and I'm not feeling like giving it a 10/10.
Pretty good tho.
Great editing and soundtrack as always.
The gore wasn't excessive and everything felt real.
I love how Lucifer Valentine since his last episode of the vomit gore trilogy is trying to push his movies into a realm of emotional and psychological violence, instead of just shock the viewer with brainless graphical content.
Once again this is much better than his last work.
Really excited to see his next stuff!
So glad I've rewatched this after so many years, changing my opition about it!
Really bloody and graphic, but mostly: Sad.
I haven't much to say. It's a very powerful cinematic experience that punches you in the guts at every punch you see on screen, keeping it real and emotional without ever touching ironic levels of "torture porn" like in Saw or other bullshit movies like that.
An absolute must-watch.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
I loved how I was entertained and really disappointed at the same time.
And this disappointment proves well the point of the whole movie.
Pointless movie showing off how pointless were the actions of the protagonists.
It leaves you really empty and disappointed, just like the protagonists by the end of this, feeling somehow really connected with them, but in another layer of reality, far away from empathy.
Like the movie was watching me watching it and it was disappointed…