Has a "very compelling passenger seat presence." Living a double life. A writer.
“Fun hurts my lungs.”
Okay, listen. There is literally no point in reviewing F&F movies. They exist in their own universe of laws and physics. Two characters drive a Pontiac Fiero IN SPACE. How do you review that? You don’t. You just do what I do. Say you enjoy a lot of the cast, especially the randos who keep making cameos. You admit you like pretty cars that go VROOM VROOM. And you shut up and watch the movie.
Final Thought: Family.
I have no idea how I’ve missed this movie. It’s all of my favorite things. Camp, Shakespeare, Vincent Price, gore, and revenge! I also love how self deprecating it felt. What an absolute delight. There should be more horror movies that use Shakespeare kills as inspiration.
There IS a 🐶 ☠️ but you see it coming… especially if you love Titus Andronicus like I do.
Final Thought: Buddy Rourke from The Golden Girls is in it! That’s all. I was just excited.
There are some cute aspects to this. I loved the friendship between Iliza and Margaret Cho. Rebecca Rittenhouse is adorable. But in the end, the plot hit WAY too close to home for me to derive any enjoyment from it. This shit happened to me. Twice. And it’s why I’m terrified of dating now. I wish the term “cuttlefish” had been around a few years ago. I could have had a shorter means of expressing some rage in therapy.
Final Thought: I watch a lot of horror movies. And that doorframe scene made me gag harder than any horror movie in about five years.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This is the first movie I’ve wanted to give zero stars in a long time. I don’t know why I put it on, but I guess some part of me hoped for better than “two women beating the shit out of each other over a man” since the script was written by women. Nope. Same old song and dance. And the direction was garbage. The half star is for the 80s throwback “Party Hunks” board game that took up 15…