"Both Wilder and Vail do really well in the leads. The differences in their personality are really the driving force behind the film. It is the separate and dissimilar ways in which they react to the clip that really captivates the audience.
Though this definitely could fit in the horror genre, I would more-so categorize it as a suspense/thriller. It’s quite original and once it starts going the plot really grabs a hold of the viewer. It isn’t as gory as one would expect but I think that’s a good thing. They focused on the characters more than the amount of blood or the actual murders taking place.
Overall, I would certainly recommend this on a night that you’re looking for something a little artistic, and a bit different from the mainstream. It is certainly a satisfying movie that has the charm of American Psycho (2000) and the tone of Silence of the Lambs (1991)."
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