Friday, November 13, 2009
I really enjoyed this movie. It has a great "realism" to it and does really well maintaining the suspense with subtle plot twists. The action takes place on a single camera that is alternately hand held or placed on a tripod/furniture.
The handheld movement did get to my husband after a while and I caught him closing his eyes to ward off the quesiness. I was closing my eyes from fright and grabbing his arm the whole time. It's a great production that looks completely real, keeps it simply, and stays with you for a few days. Sleep with the lights on!
I'll be posting to this blog in a regular basis with short reviews and comments about new-ish movies. Feel free to comment and make suggestions.
Posted by robin at 1:08 PM