AdeBrown wrote:Oh I liked the taxi driver of death, and that it was completely underplayed.
(Unless it wasn't)
I didn't get that at all when watching it, although the way he started blurred and moved into focus made him look really creepy and not entirely human.
I enjoyed this when I watched it, but probably wouldn't go out of my way to see it again. There were some good moments, but I agree with the comparisons to Time Crimes (which I also much preferred) and the poster who commented on the other characters - I didn't feel able to engage with them, it was only really Jess's character who I felt I knew anything about by the end.
O/T, but wasn't the taxi driver in this film the same guy who was the first to get killed in The Horsemen?
If you cut off my head, what would I say... Me and my head, or me and my body? What right has my head to call itself me?