The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Hopelessly generic from start to finish...
Takes a while to get where it's going, but the final destination is satisfying enough.
The film should definitely prove to be an enjoyable experience for all the indie horror loving masses out there and makes for a fun little popcorn flick for the slasher film fans as well.
I'm always on the lookout for the Slasher of the New Age. Don't get me wrong, I love Jason Voorhees and his ilk, but I'm keen to give others a chance to try and join those ranks with an original character. Unfortunately it never quite seems to work out. Madison County's Damion Yule doesn't buck that trend.
There's some decent individual moments, and I appreciate that the movie took its time to develop, but the quality was too low and the story too unexplored to merit a recommendation.
Not as good as expected...but I waited over a year for this movie to come out...and I got what I deserved! Very good teen-slasher flick.
A competently made but ultimately useless, unimaginative, boring slasher flick. Doesn't bring absolutly nothing new to the table but there's worse out there.
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