Friday, 27 June 2008

Five Across The Eyes Review

If you are looking for an intense indie horror film this is about as close as you'll get. The acting is pretty dire with a bunch of screaming teenagers being the cast, but this only adds to the realism created from such a low budget film. The camera work is close and blurry and the story line is very loose, but yet again it seems to add to the raw feeling of terror and realism of the whole movie. What seems like well chosen music is added which actually works quite well because it is unobvious and easily blends in with the action. If you have the patience and open mindedness required to watch indie films, this is certainly worth 94 minutes of your time. Decent.
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