When I read the description of Like Me on Shudder, what I imagined was a chick in a spree murder movie, and spoiler, that is not what it actually is.
Instead, it is at times a psychedelic romp, at times a buddy road trip movie, at times a meditation on social media fame and infamy, at times almost a comedy, and at times shockingly violent.
I think I’m glad to have seen it, but I’m simultaneously not convinced it is worth the effort for anyone else to.
 As movie reviewers like to say so that they can be quoted on posters and DVD covers
 And unfortunately the most boring times, since you can tell by the title that this was the point they were driving at
 This makes no sense. It’s nominally a horror movie! But something about the YouTube lens of the thing made the actual violent moments feel a lot more real than I’m used to when just watching a movie or TV in general, much less a horror movie in specific.