It's the perfect example of what a horror movie can do once it taps into the right vibe. It takes its time and lets the sense of danger grows, using the right music and enough of the monster to never let us feel safe. It just knows how to be creepy.
The premise is a decent one, and the acting is good but the execution is completely off in this, is visually bland, specially when it comes to the memories, and simply put it wasn't very good at keeping my attention. It can be boring, yes, but it goes beyond that, the way it presents things manages to make them consistently uninteresting. Specially when it comes to the main character, and it has the very bad habit of spelling out every and any important revelation or key inner moment a character has.
Movie 5 in my October's Horror film a day.
Star FBI trainee Clarice Starling is asked by the head of the division she wants to work in to present a questionnaire to brilliant forensic psychiatrist and cannibalistic serial killer, Hannibal Lecter, but soon what started as a routine errand will connect with the murders of a brutal serial killer dubbed Buffalo Bill.
This one is hard to talk about, it’s an iconic movie and a modern classic for a reason,…
Movie 11 in my October's Horror film a day.
Sally and her brother go, accompanied by some friends, to visit their grandfather’s grave after hearing news of vandalism and grave robbing in the local cemetery, but as they go deeper into the small town they will enter their worst nightmare.
There are movies that while I like or love, I usually avoid watching too often. The reason varies from film to film. The Texas Chainsaw massacre is one of those…