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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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I gotta say before actually watching it that I’m really dubious about adapting this book. It’s so weird and interior and depends so much on Merricat’s perceptions and tone that I don’t know how cinematic it can really be
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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But I’m keeping an open mind
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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Taissa Farmiga is perfectttt
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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The production design is great. All floral and overgrown and diseased
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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You know what the good shit is? When a character blows out a candle and the shot cuts right there and the sound ends abruptly. That’s the good shit.
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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Losing my mind at the cartoonishly creepy Blackwood family portrait. Like the twins from The Shining painted by Mary Engelbreit
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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Sebastian Stan’s smiling in this movie is like unsheathing a knife
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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The most toxic poison of all is not arsenic but…traditional American masculinity
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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You know what the original book lacked? Sebastian Stan shirtless scenes
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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I don’t know if this is how you usually establish a Bad Dude but I am always automatically against the guy who takes the milk carton out of the fridge and drinks right from it
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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Charles speaking Italian to Constance reminds me so much of A Fish Called Wanda that I can’t really take this scene seriously
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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The best scenes in the movie are the ones where the Blackwood family becomes a sort of rotten, hollow 1950s sitcom.
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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Oh dang, that wasn’t in the book
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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No spoilers but Goodness me
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Bram Stoker's Jared Pechacek Sep 20
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It is so perfect that it cuts to black at the end right as Merricat smiles for the first time in the whole movie
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raincoaster Sep 20
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WHAAAAAT OKAY BYE
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Manic Pixie Dreamcast aka Ming Vase-Dynasty Sep 20
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I just finished it!
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Jessica Ouellette Sep 20
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Ahhhhhhh! So it's good? I've been worrying because that book is already a movie in my head.
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🤖 Sonya Mann 🎀 Sep 20
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I LOVE THAT MOVIE!!! Ahhh yay
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