The Wind 1999 Horror Movie Review
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This is a neat little suspense film. Meg Foster (The Stepfather 2) plays a writer named Sian Anderson who takes a trip to a deserted village in Greece to write her next novel. Wings Hauser plays the deranged handyman who begins to stalk her in a suspenseful game of cat and mouse. The low budget and production values betray The Wind because it is a very unique, engaging thriller. The isolation and spooky atmosphere full of high winds are the films biggest strengths. The Wind is a film that can easily be watched repeatedly because of it’s high entertainment value. You may also recognize Robert Morley in a supporting role who likes to refer to Sian as “dear girl.” I am glad this film made it’s way to DVD. I remember watching it as a child and never forgetting it. It’s a fun thrill ride for a quiet evening at home.
About The Wind (1999)
Meg Foster, Wings Hauser, David McCallum, Robert Morley, Steve Railsback,
Rating: 3 / 5 stars from 5 users.
NR (Not Rated)Runtime:
92 minutesDirector: Nico Mastorakis,
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