This film is the epic, multi-generational tale of uncovering how exactly to punch a murderer in the dick. And in the end, the day is saved by wig-snatching.
I am here to destroy the myth of the Poor Put Upon Genius who’s work was thwarted. Because man, fuck this guy for wasting so many people’s work.
Audition is the story of a Nice Guy who just wants to meet a nice young woman by leveraging his position as a producer to ask strangers intimate questions under false pretenses. For some reason, this ends with bad things happening to him (and it’s awesome).
This is a messy garbage movie and I’m always happy to stick my face in it. Mmmm, throwback body horror.
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It is only this go-round that I realized why this movie holds up better than most post-Scream meta slashers.
I’m now one step closer to having seen every film adaptation of Phantom of the Opera.