Summer of 84 ★★★

[spoiler alert!!!] Decent enough of a psychological thriller for me (it’s really easy to fall into a cheesy predictable thriller that you don’t care much for), but it does feel like it’s lacking something. Love the 80s-stranger-things vibe they are pulling off here, and the storyline of the four best friends is likeable. What’s not so convincing is how the serial killer is written, and the relationship between him and his victims. The big reveal of his secret lair towards the end felt like it was building up to a deeper look into his character and psyche, but it just left it at that and completely fell flat. The ending saved this film though.