It’s never a bad idea to go to a movie without knowing anything about it. How can you accidentally set your expectations too high when you can’t have any expectations at all? However, the advice in this case is rather odd, considering the film in question has just had a rousing theatrical release. In fact, if somehow you don’t know The menuconsider us impressed.
With the horror comedy now available to stream, a wider audience will finally have a chance to sink their teeth into one of the most hilarious, scathing films 2022 has bestowed upon us, led by an absolute masterclass from director Mark Mylod, writer Seth Reiss and Will Tracy and leading lady Anya Taylor-Joy.
We will avoid giving any details about it The menu on the off chance you’ve managed to remain in the dark about this, but we and the masses at R/Horror suggest you rectify that ignorance as soon as possible.
The characterization of the main character by Ralph Fiennes is another outstanding highlight of The menuand the actor wields it with the skill of a caffeinated hibachi chef.
The thread eventually devolved into a roast of movie trailers in their entirety; not quite the feel we’re going for here, but if dodging trailers improves your experience that much, go ham.
And if you’re looking for a double feature, one user offered up a selection of delicious pairings The menu.
If you are ready to endure one of the best entries of 2022 in the horror genre, The menu is available to stream on HBO Max in the US and on Disney Plus in international territories.
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