- Door-to-door insurance sales must be a horrible job to have unless you’re really a people person.
- Um, why isn’t calling the police first ever an option for these people?
- “Oh, there it is.” *opens the GLASS door* “She’s not here…” Really? I couldn’t tell. It’s not like you could see through glass or anything.
This episode was… eh yet good? I don’t know how to explain it. At first, I was really into it. I mean, most good horrors start off with believing your family member or friend is calling you over to the abandoned part of town. And of course, why wouldn’t the character go by themselves?
The floor of cell phones and the explanation of why they were there was pretty cool to me, for some weird reason. But, the second I heard that classic “grrrmfbjshd” groan, I thought, “Damn it.” I’m super picky with zombie stories. I dislike a majority of them, so I wasn’t too happy when I thought that’s what this might be. And then we get a face reveal and it just killed it for me. However, the whole “Hang up before the timer reaches zero or he’ll come in” and then that “Ha-ha, I lied” parts were great. If the creature had been something other than a boring ‘ol zombie, I would’ve really enjoyed this episode as much as the last. Also, what’s up with women tricking these poor men to their deaths for the past two episodes? Seriously, poor dudes.
Overall, this was another surprisingly pleasant episode, apart from the creature reveal. What’s going on with this season? Most of these episodes are actually not as bad as the previous seasons, and it’s usually the other way around. I’m not complaining, though. I’m having a lot of fun watching and reviewing these. Onwards to the next!