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This really excellent post WWII film is so plainly psychologically twisty it is, simply put, a good think piece. Beware the f**ing Black Forest.
Flashy in a good way, but a little too contrived.
The dirt and filth of obsessive vengeance oozes through the hunter's fingers as he prepares to battle creatures for some unnamed fortress and searches for the demon that killed his daughter. Preparation is the better part of valor.
It's got some funny. It's got some bits of gore. It's got zombies and it's got Bill Murray and Adam Driver and Steve Buscemi, too. All those elements turn into exactly the movie that it sounds like. Tilda Swinton's scenes are as bizarre as ever and it has a self-proclaimed George Romero theme with a Jarmusch dejection. It's satire through and through.
Jessica Roethe is still at the top of her game in this sequel as she was in the first, but this time around she's at the top of a heap of steaming garbage. The story is really jokey and dull, though it attempts to throw in some pseudo science, but it's science that makes it feel the writers weren't even trying. With the scathing review it's probably surprising I managed to sit through the whole thing, but I did it because I wanted to see how it all turns out for the character. Plus there are hints of thrills and the closure of story arcs. In general, though, the movie plays like its actually two scripts carelessly spliced together. - as if Lobdell left behind a partial script and the new writer came along and filled it in with a frat comedy written for a different movie that didn't make it.
Anyway, the funniest part of the film was the explanation for how they live in a six dimensional universe: *SPOILERS! We live in a six dimensional universe because I can fold a napkin into six equal squares and punch a hole through it with a pencil. Hilarious.