????? LV 13 HP 292/ 292
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I'm trying to think - has there ever been a big H big C horror comedy?
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I feel there are quite a few big H C but yeah, its rare that by the end it either ends in comical relief or catharsis of dark humour or dropping the humour in the final act (re: Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon). I feel Massacre 2 is more blatantly comedic (and gory) than the original but I feel the first is, while more horror than comedy, is very much intentionally ludicrous. My favourite scene is after Leatherface kills the third intruder in his home, he has a little panic attack as if to say "WHERE DO THESE PEOPLE KEEP COMING FROM?!!"Most movies lean one way or the other by the end.
I didn't hate it. They could have excised the whole plot with the mom spying on every one and it would've been a fine episode of a tv show that doesn't exist. Wednesday makes a friend and acts out, what does that look like for this weird family.The Addams Family (2019): it's definitely a children's animated movie. not that i'm suggesting the 90s movies were Serious Grown Up Movies For Mature And Sophisticated Adults, but thematically it felt like a very standard kid's movie. everything outside of the addams family estate looked really cheap, and i get that that's sort of the point, but sometimes it felt like a circa 2011 cgi television cartoon?