After teenager Jay (Maika Monroe) sleeps with her new boyfriend, Hugh (Jake Weary), for the first time, she learns that she is the latest to receive a fatal curse that is passed along from person to person by sexual intercourse. A creature that only she can see now will slowly creep towards her while taking the form of either a friend or a stranger. Jay’s friends Yara and Paul (Olivia Luccardi and Keir Gilchrist) and her sister Kelly (Lili Sepe) don’t believe her at first until they also begin to see this creature and all of its forms for themselves they decide to band together to either help Jay flee or to defend herself.
Here we are again. I originally said here that I wouldn’t do thirds of anything for a little while due to reasons I explain there but I think now is the time that they should start trickling in. So expect them within the next few weeks, time permitting. While in between movie reviews (and yes, I will have more soon), I got a little bored waiting for my friend to show up. I decided to check my Facebook account for no reason in particular as everyone does. This time, I discovered a link to a video of American president Barrack Obama singing contemporary music. Of course it’s not really him singing but just a video but just a video of bits of his speeches edited together in such a way that the he is singing a particular song. I thought the guy who made these videos, whose youtube channel is called barracksdubs, did a really good job as it must take a lot of time to watch videos of all of his speeches and waiting for him to say the right words to make a song. I certainly don’t think I would have the patience for that. The first video/song I watched is below and I posted a few more after that as it is easy to leave the page open long enough while forgetting to turn the autoplay off. Some of you may have probably seen some of them but I’ll post them again anyway.
Obama singing I Can’t Feel My Face by The Weeknd