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Monday, August 07, 2006

The Descent -- I came to this movie very late, but if you haven't seen it and you like scary movies, The Descent is the best one I've seen in many years. Here's Ebert's spoiler-free review. Pay careful attention to what he says about not letting ANYONE tell you ANYTHING about the movie, other than to see it. Re-read his review once you have, because he cannily includes points you won't even notice until you see the movie.

We watched it last night, and I was amazed to find a horror film in 2006 could contain new ideas, new shocks and genuine horror. Download it, add it to your Netflix queue, steal an old lady's matinee ticket on your lunch break -- but if you haven't seen it, see it.



Blogger Jarrett Duncan said...

That Descent review is not Roger Ebert's, as he is still not writing reviews due to medical reasons. It is actually Jim Emerson.


16 August, 2006 19:55  

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