Lucy and Paul return to their childhood home for a celebration dinner when their Uncle Stan shows up with inappropriate gifts for all, and a way-too-young fiancée named Candy. Once the gifts are unwrapped, all Hell breaks loose.
Personally I'm a fan of the Japanese horror genre and others that hold a bizarre nature so usually I'm desensitized to most things. HOWEVER, this movie for lack of a better word, corrupted me. I went from hysterical laughter to cringing confusion and alienation. I feel I wasn't quite prepared for it and it hit me hard. On one side of the fence it's brilliantly done in way of emotional output that it gives to the watcher; but on the other, is confusing and minorly pretentious due to the quickly changing plot and subconscious wonder on my part if I'm missing some kind of metaphor. Either way, it intrigued and effected me. So I suppose it's done it's job.
sorry if the grammatical errors (I'm sure there's many)
4 of 4 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?