2007’s IT was a revelation in mainstream horror for me. For the longest time, I felt horror had been completely relegated to the status of sub-genre, destined to be nothing but shlock and budget attempts at recapturing the genre’s past glory at best. Never would I imagine it would find itself getting the budget and attention of the typical summer blockbuster. The question was; whether the sequel to that movie would be able to maintain that kind of momentum.
I spent the last post talking about how much I’d grown to like Zenitsu after really not being a big fan based on his introduction. I ended by saying that the show just needed to make me like Inosuke a little more. Well, as if knowing I’d say that, we get an episode that does glean a little more into the Boar Boy’s history and character.
I had a bout of food poisoning a few weeks back and that threw my upload schedule all out of whack. Consequently, I missed a few Demon Slayer reviews. So I thought I’d make amends by going back and talking about the three as a group and my thoughts about the show’s new dynamic now that it isn’t solely focusing on Tanjiro and Nezuko.