1. Evil Uno needs to cut back on the word salad. Trying to sound Shakespearian like that doesn't work for bad guys in 2019. Whether you're writing a book, a movie, a TV show, audiences are just over the bad guy with a thesaurus.
2. They're genuinely creepy, that's good.
3. They look different and have a unique presentation that I have not seen before anywhere else, that's good.
4. They still need to come across a little less seriously. You can't dress that ridiculously and then expect the crowd to take you at 100% face value as scary creeps. I'd think if anyone would understand this it'd be Cody and the Bucks. Either they have to tone down their look or inject some sort of irony into the promos
Either way, I'm intrigued and excited. I got some OG Wyatt Fam vibes from like 6 years ago
Originally Posted by DetroitRiverPhx
What is spooky about Stu Grayson dressed up like Vega?
Who cares what type of mask he's wearing? The black and white, the leather, the silence and the throne of men feeling over the creepy fat man's body gets the creepy vibe across. If you recognize the Vega mask, good for you, it doesn't take away from the context and in any case, all masks are creepy. If he'd have been wearing a Mickie Mouse mask, it'd have been creepy. You need to appreciate the full context rather than picking at little things that 5% of people even took the time to research.