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Old Yesterday, 05:42 AM   #421
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Plus it's got that rad shot where Katie Bull pours a can of Coke in her cereal.
My girlfriend thought that was the most disturbing scene in the film.
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Watched this last night and I have to agree with the consensus thus far: well shot, decently acted, all-round better-than-expected film (within limitations of genre, budget, etc.), and the 3D is extremely effective. Deep, well-composed stereography makes full use of volume, framing and layering. And the cheesy pop-outs are delivered with a wink. I can't say I'm a fan of slashers but I can appreciate one that hits its marks with a little panache, like this one. I wouldn't bother with it flat, but in 3D it's kinda sensational. A home run for Vinegar Syndrome and the 3DFA.
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It's actually a very frightening movie. The first time watching it, I had a preconceived notion of what was about to unfold. I thought it was going to be a dumb, but fun, rip-off of the Friday the 13th films. You know, teenage kids get killed one by one by some deranged maniac. Well, yeah, it has that, but the murders are done in a scarier, more realistic way than what you'd see in a Friday the 13th film. Silent Madness is not about jump scares. It's about scares.

For instance,
[Show spoiler]the scene of the young lovers in the van is horrifying. It's done in a realistic manner. If some maniac were to suddenly show up and kill you while camping, it's not hard to imagine it going down something like what we see here.


But beyond the slasher aspect of it, we have
[Show spoiler]the incompetent, criminal doctors and orderlies making a terrible mistake - and compounding it by trying to cover it up.


This movie is actually a lot better than what I expected. Of course, the 3-D is very good throughout, and I'm thrilled to own this on Blu-ray.
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