I’m most assuredly not the first person to write about this. And I can already imagine there are people looking at this title and tearing their hair out at the very idea of me making this post on Halloween and not on Christmas. But that’s the whole point of this post right? To try and figure out what category this movie falls into. And I’m posting it now because my Christmas schedule is always pretty packed between work and my ‘best of year’ series. And hey, what’s wrong with doing something unconventional?
Looks like you’re getting two Halloween posts for today and tomorrow, which might be the biggest commitment I’ve ever made to Halloween on my blog. Like I did last year: I’m going to commit a little time towards talking about one of my favourite cult horror movies before moving onto something I feel everyone knows about tomorrow. For now though, I’m going to be talking about the 2002 British Werewolf movie; Dog Soldiers.
I’m doing episode reviews again. This was the series I decided to do it with, fingers crossed it’s the right choice. After the tease that ended the third episode of Jujutsu Kaisen, episode four wastes no time in jumping right into the middle of a new challenge for our first year students. Starting with our main trio; Itadori, Fushiguro and Kugisaki outside of a juvenile correctional facility in which a “Curse Womb” has suddenly appeared. And this time it really is down to them as Bowie-Sensei is nowhere to be seen.