Netflix just dropped the movie adaption to Stephen King and Joe Hill’s In The Tall Grass. In true King family form, this film as completely bent viewers’ minds and left a lot of people questioning what was going on.
Most fans could agree that the highly anticipated film definitely falls into the tiers of King’s other movie adaption. Others disagree…
Dafuq, did I just see. Couldn't understand even a single scene from the movie. In the tall grass is stupid, confusing and exhaustive. Someone please give me the last two hours of my life back. #InTheTallGrass #Netflix @netflix pic.twitter.com/gOc6CJj6ir— Axcy â (@rebelaxcy) October 4, 2019
Time isn’t linear. The characters aren’t who they seem. There are plot points that are touched on slightly in the beginning that become extremely important by the end…
This is the type of movie that you need to actually watch. Any minute watching this film spent distracted won’t help you understand this bizarre story.
Anybody seen IN THE TALL GRASS yet? That story was totally messed up. I'm actually a little scared to watch the movie.— Rio Youers (@Rio_Youers) October 5, 2019
IN THE TALL GRASS drops Midnight PST and it should be on every horror fans radar. @Vincenzo_Natali directs an adaptation of @joe_hill & @StephenKing's novella. It's sci-fi folk horror that slaps. Some ridiculously great shots, awesome fresh concept, and Patrick Wilson goes to 11! pic.twitter.com/LGmi9Xlzoo— C. Robert Cargill (@Massawyrm) October 4, 2019
IN THE TALL GRASS is good, but dang if this ain't for the normies. Folks expecting a low engagement, popcorn horror flick from King and Hill ain't gonna be happy with this one. It's purposefully obtuse and disorienting. I liked it! pic.twitter.com/sDnC29IFxh— Drewcifer Dietschðð (@DrewDietsch) October 4, 2019
“Disorienting” is definitely the word! This film is definitely a thinker, and it’s not for the easily frightened!