A common theme throughout this entire marathon has been centered on cult films. Ones that have been recognized as such after the fact. That’s the funny thing about time. No one ever knows when anything could reach that status. Maybe it’s destiny that people will come around to it and go, “Hey, that was pretty good looking back at it.”
The Empty Man is fascinating for this reason. Released back in 2020 to a very underwhelming reception critically and financially, it seemed like this film would disappear from the common consciences of the average person. The way its theatrical release was handled would make one think this way. It was only in cinemas for around a day and, as of writing, does not even have a physical media release. The only legal way to watch The Empty Man is through streaming.
But what’s so surprising is realizing just how much…
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