Intake for 2/28-29
The script has some monstrous plot holes and some shamelessly convenient speeches and scenes, but the film does have it's moments that make it worth seeing.
Dead of Winter (1987)
Another imperfect movie that has some great things going for it. Like most films of it's kind, it was at it's best when toying with the audience and mounting intrigue and suspicion. However, once the secrets begin to surface the tension goes out the window and it loses it's grip. I did think the last shot before the credits roll was wonderful and I will probably steal it one day.
"The Music of the Moon" by Thomas Ligotti