Some of these scenes look familiar and I don't know why...Completely different genre, just an easy-going, goofy American Pie-style comedy.
Set in a God-fearing town, Haxton sets us up to believe that the only thing to worry about is the homophobia of his partner’s father, but little does he know that he’s about to witness the unthinkable.
Between the art direction and cinematography, the dark aesthetic and steady build up of tension make each scare a payoff.
There’s an interesting relationship between supernatural and reality in the small town that Haxton has placed his characters, and he does a wonderful job of manipulating his audience.
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