I think this was exciting, unpredictable and really well written. It kept coming with twists and turns that kept me guessing. It was bloody and brutal, but the honey mustard theme to it, kept me not taking it too, too seriously. The formatting, grammar, and style seemed to all be top notch. It was fast paced and seemed realistic for character feelings and decisions. Stella w beaten and bruised, wanting to escape her life. This day's events were the opportunity for her to fight back, literally, to all of the troubles in her life. Could you have explored more her relationship with Matilda, though? Also, Buford's motivations on all of these past killings (making him an ex-con) could that have been explored more? The cops seemed to know Oscar was abusive and "deserved" the death he got. Could that have been explored more? The flashbacks and story pace kept me dialed in and interested in story progression and details. From the original diner scene with Stella and Buford to the ending scene with the millennials and Stella, you see great character arc and understanding. I think we know a little about Stella and her backstory to understand her motivation. Maybe could have had more. Buford and his family of sadistic killers was great and dark. Would Newton have been as violent towards Stella in the end? I think the police officers could have been built up a little bit. Hardley is mourning Matilda and Deputy Roy seems like a simple, generic cop. Could there have been more to them? I can imagine the violent scenes at the end in Buford's house would play really well and be quite exciting if given actual visuals on screen. Would Stella be as competent of a killer and survivor being just a lowly waitress at a local diner, though? I was unsure of exactly who killed Chad. I believe it was actually, Stella because he blamed her for Matilda's death. Overall, this is an exciting, bloody and relatively realistic story of revenge, heartbreak and honey mustard. I would definitely want to see this film.