Impulse 1999 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
I thought ten minutes into this I had stumbled upon a quiet little gem. By the time it was over I was wondering if it might be a mini-masterpiece of subtlety.
The acting was quite good. There are some flaws in the opening moments but the movie just got better and better while giving the audience some credit for brains. (That is becoming more and more rare in movies.)There was no need to emotionally explain what was happening - it was obvious something bizarre was going on.
There is a wordless moment between the male lead and a young girl that is G-rated visually but absolutely [**]ographic in its implication. I thought it was a brilliant shot.
Less is more seems to be the standard for this and I’m surprised by how much I liked it. The sense of horror builds and builds because the viewer is imagining it.
But… who knows? We’re all different, eh? You may hate it. Perhaps one reason I liked it so much was the usually quiet music. The previous flick I watched had some dreadful heavy metal.