Hey guys! So this summer, seeing as I am now newly graduated and poor to boot, I decided that the rest of June is going to be Netflix month, where I review some of the (possibly good) horror films Netflix has to offer, in case you needed a break from Arrested Development or when its too rainy for the beach.
Book adaptations in the film industry are a dime a dozen. If you can name a title of a beloved novel, there’s likely been an adaptation of it already made, or in the process of being made. Thus, when I heard that David Wong’s action-supernatural-adventure book was being adapted into an independent film, I knew it would one day fall into my lap for me to review it. And now that it’s finally up on Netflix, I can now fulfill my destiny.
Let’s take a look at John Dies At The End.