A good way to fear
Twenty minutes in a dark room. With headphones.
Inspired by Silent Hill, this is not your normal haunted house soundtrack.
This is madness is auditory form.
No Sting-chords that are too bad, but massive genre shift and unsettling noises.
Just sit and listen to it. In order. In the dark.
This isn’t going to be a full review. I’m in too much shock to do a full review.
I just watched a movie called The Tunnel. It was released by the director for free online, they raised funds by donations/selling frames/ and also selling hard copies. Point being, you can download it legally and guilt free.
And I recommend you watch it. The whole thing screams slender/rake.
If you want a synopsis, and need me to provide you rather then googling: News journalist notices this big underground water project was dropped without a word, finds out homeless living underground are going missing, takes a team under to film. They are not alone.
The movie is far from perfect- in the beginning I found the script a bit weak, but as it continued it got better, and made up for it. It’s still a hugely questionable choice to have certain characters show up in documentary style interviews throughout, but I’ll forgive them. (weirdly, as it goes on they almost drop the documentary style interruptions. At this point I was so engrossed in the creature I really didn’t mind- and I guess, I could see some justification for it. If this was a ‘real’ documentary, they might not want to take sides on the thing)
All I’m saying is this movie made me uncomfortable. I’d rate it around Noroi for creepy.
I’m still not sure what the thing looked like, but I am generally bad about these kind of movies. I wasn’t exactly sure what the cloverfield monster looked like until I got home and googled for a art/toys of the creature.
I just can’t get over the way it moved.
Oh yes, some moderate shakycam, but nowhere as bad as cloverfield.