Um, so, my question is how did you kill Peter Jackson? I'm kind of concerned. I really hope this wasn't real, but I can't be sure.
Damn the dialogue in this film was incredible, but a promising start to the film soon fell into the bizarre etherial underworld of shoddy editing and alienating comedic timing.
The story of 3 fittingly-heavenly-creatures-esque girls trying to kill Peter Jackson is an awesome idea, if not a little too esoteric from a competition which year after year features dated social commentaries (seriously, so many ponytail tugs this year).
If this film had been well edited and well shot it would have been finals level I reckon, but as it stands, a cool idea about mentally disturbed PJ killers actually ended up feeling a little TOO real, which is a bit concerning.
The actors were great, and as I said I actually really liked the dialogue, especially in that opening scene where it sounds like they're talking about sex and virginity but it was actually about body mutilation.
The Social Justice Warrior/Tumblr feminist elements were pretty accurate too, and I don't know if that's a good or a bad thing.