May. 14th, 2012

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I bought a few films to watch on these cold, windy Autumn days because I do love cold and windy days and cinema, so it's a win-win situation. I got Shame, J. Edgar and Evidence and I only watched Evidence (I'm planning on watching J. Edgar or Shame this afternoon) and, honestly, I have no idea what that film was about. It's a low budget, indie movie, so I have to congratulate the director for making it so good, from a technical POV

(yes, the wood-monster was a guy with a furry suit, but it could have been worse)
The acting was decent enough (Brett is cute, too) and the last part of the story makes you nervous. The hand-held camera + found footage is overdone, but I can live with it. The problem was that the last 30 minutes or so were too crammed with every kind of monster you can find in a video game:

there are forest monsters, alien bugs, zombies, running men with gas masks on their faces, the military, some sort of secret laboratory, a pregnant woman whose baby-thing kind of explodes from her, the conspiracy cover-up, evertthing.

At that point, I thought the film would have some sort of twist or would be a giant game, like Hostel. But no, it was just a mess.

Or maybe I didn't understand it, IDK.  

A good film I watched recently is Eden Lake. It's starred by Michael Fassbender and Kelly Reilly. It's nerve-breaking and gory enough to please horror fans and it's well acted, too, which is always something to be thankful for in these days of too many Hollywood remakes with 30 years old "teenagers" who can't act to save their lives. Anyway, give it a try, it's great. 

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