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I May Destroy You
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While there wasn't anything in the movie that I thought was bad, there also wasn't anything in the movie that I really liked, either. Wolfen is not a bad movie, but it's not a very memorable one in my opinion.
A creepy, poignant, and very underrated horror-drama that has great performances by Tom Wilkinson, Laura Linney, and Jennifer Carpenter, a gloomy and sinister atmosphere throughout, and mixes creepy psychological and supernatural horror with gripping courtroom drama to a surprisingly effective degree. It deserves a much higher rating than a 44%.
I saw the version with the original/director's cut ending, and though I wasn't really a fan of that ending, I still enjoyed the movie with its eccentric and wacky performances, very impressive puppetry work, and a great soundtrack and makes for a campy and fun movie to watch close to Halloween.
It's better than 3, though still not a great movie. SCRE4M does have witty satire of horror remakes, it has some thrills and entertaining kills, and themes about the internet, but it's still not as entertaining or thrilling as the first two. While it's not one of my favorites, I could see myself watching it again.
One of acclaimed horror director Dario Argento's most well-received works is a gory, violent and compelling giallo film with some gruesome kills, impressive direction by Argento, and an intriguing mystery. Though I feel some will find it a bit slow (which I did a little bit at times), I thought it was better than Argento's iconic Suspiria.