Presented by James M. Tate / 9/15/2016 / No comments / 2016 , exploitation , horror , jane levy , stephen lang , suspense
BELATED NEW HORROR FLICK REVIEW OF: DON'T BREATHE
|Jane Levy on the DON'T BREATHE Poster YEAR: 2016|
Our first glance at the ruthless antagonist, a blind war veteran played by Stephen Lang (who represented all that Hollywood perceives as evil about the American Military in AVATAR), sitting upon his bed, reaching his muscular arms forward with what seems like frightened vulnerability of a child spooked from an imaginary closet monster – and the ride's about to begin...
|Stephen Lang rocks|
|Lang's Cinematic Launch... Where is He?|
And while it doesn't quite know when it's time to... finally... end, putting the audience through too much of a ringer as what begins a "haunted house" movie if written by John Rambo has eventual traces of CUJO; the "feeling-through a darkened room" terror of SILENCE OF THE LAMBS; and over-the-top modern Rob Zombie style 70's-Nostalgia bloodshed that... well... basically... BREATHE may just exist to provide – in the age of typical CGI monstrosities – a non-specter, character-driven, hands-on nightmare for the big screen while not sparing even those genre-buffs who think they've seen (experienced) it all.