Godzilla and Kong inhabit the MonsterVerse
Shyamalan back for good? Split opens with $40 mil
New Terminator film coming from James Cameron?
Fiona Dourif shares image of Chucky from Cult of Chucky set
Movie Review: Detour
RIP Miguel Ferrer
Colossal teaser: Anne Hathaway connects with a giant monster
International anthology The Field Guide to Evil coming soon
Remake of The Wailing coming soon from Ridley Scott?
Face-Off: Psycho vs Dressed to Kill
Guillermo del Toro finally preparing Hellboy III
Emilia Clarke featured in large batch of Voice from the Stone pics
Unfortunately KILL THEORY is one of those movies that falls flat on just about every level. The concept is played out, the acting is generally bad, the "scare" scenes fail to generate any real tension, shifts in tone and motivation could cause whiplash, and by the end of it the twist ending carries far less impact than it might in a better film. This is sadly a big waste of time overall.
One thing that does work for the flick is outstanding cinematography. I was actually taken aback by how clear the largely dark shoot is, and would love for all indie horror flicks to take a page from this on how to let the audience see what is going on. That said, it only serves to emphasize how poor the total product is when paired with such beautiful lens work.
I wish I could find something positive to add, since as stated before I'm a fan of Moore, but the evidence here suggests he should stick to producing, and have someone else pick his scripts.
Audio: English 5.1 Dolby Digital
Alternate Openings: Blah.
Deleted Scene: Blah, blah.