It’s a football drunk review, so hopefully the booze won’t put me to sleep. It was also St.Patrick’s Day, and, as we drink in an Irish club prior to and after the match (shout out to The Emerald Club, it’s management and staff), you can imagine the score.
I hate the word guestimate. That’s not a criticism of the film – these are people that would use it.
This is a film by someone who knows and appreciates the genre. The choice of music and shot selection is spot on.
Buddy kinda reminds me of Will Ferrell as Buddy the Elf in Elf. Not just because of his name.
Pirates used to do this thing where they’d disembowel people and nail one end near a fire. They’d either burn or disembowel themselves. Humans are very good at figuring out ways of killing each other.
I’ve never rolled a cigar-joint.
It’s nice watching a slasher film where I don’t pretty much immediately want the cast to be butchered. Regular readers may have noticed that one of my bugbears is horror films where you don’t care about the erstwhile victims.
When did people start using the term libtard? I thought it was recent.
Actually, I know what I said about the music earlier, but it’s become a bit overbearing.
Not only are the characters ones that you want to survive (or they don’t annoy you to the point that you want them eviscerated) they actually have some depth to them.
There’s a bit of a Clerks vibe to the dialogue, which is obviously a good thing. I think it’s the way there’s a direct didacticism at times, like a discussion on whether psychopaths are naturally more successful (I personally believe they are an evolutionary step forward, albeit an unpleasant one).
I like Ranger Rick. I don’t know the actor, but I get the feeling he’s a veteran.
I enjoyed that. It wasn’t without fault – the fight sequences were a touch clumsy, which led to the ending feeling a little flat maybe. I would recommend it though. No catering in the credits though.