Oops, one of my sentenses was unfinished; I meant to say: "I always see right through those not-so-sneaky plot twists."
Even if I'm watching a fantasy movie/series I want to feel like it could really happen even if my mind tells me of course it couldn't. Slasher fails to deliver that. Not to even mention the ending; it should' ve ended in the home, not on the road... Really really poorly executed! If it's a horror series it should end darkly, not like a sunny happy fairy tail story with almost the "they lived happily ever after"-frase in it. BUT because I did enjoy watching it with all it's imperfections I still
I also get frustrated with all the little details I see that make me feel "this would never happen". Like if someone' s stabbed they won't be on their feet in a month! Or if someone's leg bone is broken they can't just run away from a fit fast killer!
I like horror movies and series and it was fun watching this, BUT it did suck, let's be honest. I knew after episode 1 who the killer was. Well, that's my own fault for having watched so many crime and horror stories that I've become very familiar with the story line the makers of films and series use and how they think they are fooling the watchers with tricks and raising suspicion against someone else who looks very likely to be the perpetrator. Thing is I always see right through the not-so-s