|Susan Sarandon and the guy from That 70's Show team|
up to catch a serial killer, what more do you want?
|Lisa Simpson: providing more reviews for Pop Culture Cynic than Rhona|
|There really aren't many screencaps of this|
film floating about, I don't think anyone has
|Oh hey Marge- wait. nope.|
Lastly is the fairly unsatisfying ending. Hazel is abducted by Simon (the murder) and it's made clear that he's going to use her as his final victim (he needed 12). He creates this concoction for her to drink which would kill her and Hazel (depressed having lost her child) is almost convinced to drink it. But then she literally just says no. She doesn't want to die. Which throws the killer's plan way off, since the whole point is that the victims need to be willing sacrifices. So he just kills himself. Like it's so unsatisfying. Hazel doesn't fight him off and escape, the other detectives don't do anything. He kills himself. The house catches fire so that creates our sense of threat and adventure I guess. When Ben visits Hazel in the hospital at the end of the film, the stock dialogue of:
"You did it."
"No, we did it."
I was just sitting there like, no. Y'all didn't do shit. You didn't catch him or arrest him or kill him.
|"Heard you were talkin shit." No, no Susan, I'm sorry- AAAAHHHHH.|
|"Go on anon, send Rhona hate!"|
week time follks!