Tag: Mystery

Absentia

Will keep you guessing, until all possibilities for explanation are eventually tied together in an excellent balance of subplot.

/ July 9, 2012

The Monk

An unusually restrained Vincent Cassel is a pleasure, but it's a drawn-out story that runs out of steam before a rushed conclusion.

/ April 27, 2012

The Cabin in the Woods

A perfect introduction to the genre, accessible enough to reel folk in. The rest of us will go giddy counting the references.

/ April 13, 2012

The Shrine

Effectively creates tension to complement an overall creepiness, to deliver a climax that keeps the viewer in the dark.

/ February 28, 2012

The Guardian

So bad it makes The Hand That Rocks the Cradle look good. There’s something you don’t read every day. Avoid.

/ November 28, 2011

Deadly Blessing

A ridiculous pile of nonsense that’s not without entertainment value, this is a virtually forgotten entry on Wes Craven’s CV.

/ November 12, 2011