Don’t Look Now
I recently reviewed the seminal 70’s supernatural thriller Don’t Look Now for Flick Feast. If you haven’t seen this classic movie yet then I suggest you rectify this pronto. It’s a sombre and chilling film that stays with you for a long time after you’ve watched it. I also guarantee that after you’ve seen Don’t Look Now you will never look at Venice or red raincoats in the same light again:
It’s been 27 years since it’s original release but few films since have come close to generating the inescapable tension that Director Nicholas Roeg creates in Don’t Look Now. It is a supernatural thriller with elements of murder mystery and horror thrown in to the mix and ironically, you really can’t look away for a second. The desolate mood and drab Venetian waterways lure you in and leave you constantly on edge.
Check out the full review here: