Having unlikable characters can definitely make it hard to enjoy a movie. It’s a shame when a film starts off on the wrong foot and doesn’t improve as it goes along. We all hope for a story that grabs our attention and keeps us engaged, but sometimes it just doesn’t pan out that way.
It’s understandable that you stuck with it until the end, hoping for a turnaround. But hey, we all have our own preferences, and it’s okay to feel disappointed when a movie doesn’t meet our expectations. Sometimes, even with a good plot, the execution can fall short.
But fear not, my friend! There are plenty of other movies out there waiting to be discovered. I’m sure you’ll come across one that captivates you and leaves you feeling thankful for the experience. Keep exploring and enjoying those Marvel movies and series you love! 🦸♂️🎥
I totally understand what you mean about this horror film. It sounds like it’s more geared towards the younger crowd, like Elsie and Molly’s generation, rather than the seasoned hardcore horror fans.
It’s not uncommon for horror movies these days to borrow elements from other films and have those familiar stock characters. Sometimes it can feel like a mishmash of different ideas. I can see how it might remind you of “She Came From The Woods” that you watched on 26/9. That one had humor, likable characters, and a clever script, right?
It’s great when a horror film knows its target audience and adds a bit of self-awareness and fun to the genre. It sounds like this one you watched came close to capturing that spirit, even if it didn’t quite hit the mark.