Lady Gaga fans are writing bad reviews about Marvel’s new Venom movie in the hopes that it deters moviegoers from seeing it.
It shouldn’t, but this warms my heart. BreatheHeavy existed pre-social media, and fanbases loved a good sabotage campaign. Can’t say I agree with it, but I’m feeling nostalgic.
Little Monsters are banding together to get Gaga a No. 1 at the box office this weekend when A Star Is Born premieres (October 5th).
They fear Venom, which also debuts on Friday, will claim the top spot and that’s just not going to fly, so they started flooding Twitter with awful reviews of Venom despite not having ever seen it.
I admire this f–kery so much, but it’s pretty desperate. However, a win’s a win!
I’m just going to leave these here, and if you feel inspired to leave Venom a negative review, well, you’re a free bitch, baby.
I saw #Venom last night and had to leave halfway through, my children wouldn’t stop crying at how bad it was. Luckily a second pre screening of #AStarIsBorn was about to start, and now we are all crying, tears of amazement. Please pray for my eldest he is still in a coma.
— Anne Harrison (@AnneHarrisonMom) October 2, 2018
Extremely disappointed with the let down that #Venom was 😣 One of the films I was most excited for turned out to be the WORST film. Hate to say that considering I am the biggest Venom fan… Looks like i’ll be taking my family to #AStarIsBorn instead. 💔
— Mhrad 🕷 (@TheFameJoanne) October 2, 2018
Extremely disappointed with the let down that #Venom was 😣 One of the films I was most excited for turned out to be the worst film. Hate to say that considering I am the biggest Venom fan… Looks like i’ll be taking my family to #AStarIsBorn instead!!
— maurizio / a star is born⭐️ (@edgeofenigma) October 2, 2018
i am the biggest marvel fan but I just watched #Venomand I don’t know what to say. Easily the worst movie this year. I expected so much better and now I’m just disappointed
— reina reech (@altjuann) October 2, 2018
— Hector (@optimistinblack) October 2, 2018
— Nobody In California (@NobodyInCali) October 2, 2018
Sorry to say that #Venom is pretty much a complete failure – a tonal mess that feels 15 years old, ignoring the storytelling strides that the superhero genre has made in recent years.
A few fun Venom-centric moments aside, it has nearly nothing to offer. Don’t get your hopes up.
— Tom Horrorgensen (@Tom_Jorgensen) October 2, 2018