Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Film Review: The Strangers

Every now and then a horror film is that the money is counterfeit products trends and manages to scare a number of unique chills.

Say hello to "The Strangers," a spare, creepily atmospheric psychological thriller with a death grip on the psychological aspect.

First-time director Bryan Bertino - his script was a quarterfinalist for the prestigious Nicholl Fellowship grant - has a cue from the fear of the films'70, but unlike others call the era, the influences more character-rooted than derivatively stylized.

Although horror generally has a bit of a beating at the box-office in recent times, fans should be able to distinguish "Strangers" as the real work, the provision of Rogue Pictures with a lucrative little "death in the country" counter programming to "Sex and the City.”

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