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I am a grumpy college student studying in San Francisco and feeling quite at home. I make photographs, and have been known to draw from time to time. In a sense, this is the evolution of my mind put on display for the public.

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This movie was fucking flawless.  If I had had the opportunity to see it again right after the credits finished rolling the first time through, I have no doubt that I would have done exactly that.  Too bad I saw it at midnight and that wasn’t really an option.
I really don’t have too much to say about it besides that (I might add more when my mind isn’t as blown as it is right now,) and the fact that I really, honestly think that anyone who likes campy horror movies - especially The Evil Dead - and tongue-in-cheek humour is probably going to end up loving it at least half as much as I did.  Go see it in theatres, go laugh your fucking ass off and get creeped out in the most delightful sort of way.

This movie was fucking flawless.  If I had had the opportunity to see it again right after the credits finished rolling the first time through, I have no doubt that I would have done exactly that.  Too bad I saw it at midnight and that wasn’t really an option.

I really don’t have too much to say about it besides that (I might add more when my mind isn’t as blown as it is right now,) and the fact that I really, honestly think that anyone who likes campy horror movies - especially The Evil Dead - and tongue-in-cheek humour is probably going to end up loving it at least half as much as I did.  Go see it in theatres, go laugh your fucking ass off and get creeped out in the most delightful sort of way.