No hay banda.
I'm uhh... not really sure what in the hell I just watched. It's kinda Videodrome but filtered through the most 1999 anxieties possible and also cheesy as all hell (not that Videodrome wasn't also cheesy but damn)
I'm not sure if this is a good film, but it's definitely one that I really want to sit and watch late at night with friends. Gave me 3.5 stars worth of enjoyment because while it dipped a bit in the middle there's some peak Cronenberg fuckery in this.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Seen at The Odyssey Cinema, St Albans
Quite hard to think of what to say in this one - especially as someone who hasn't got a great deal of experience with the works of Tarantino (having only seen Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs), so I'll keep it quick.
What a film.
While the first two acts were slowly and deliberately paced in a way I haven't seen from Tarantino before, the third act (everything from the "Six Months Later" titlecard…