Monday, September 15, 2008

Genre in need

"Fucked up. There's no easy way to describe Deadgirl, but that's the first thing I thought when I walked out of the theater… Deadgirl is about two high school kids who find a dead girl in the basement of an abandon insane asylum and realize that she's not actually dead… Watching the story unfold in Deadgirl is part of the thrill, so I'm not going to try and explain any more of it. One of the reasons that it's compelling to watch is that the story is so unique and unexpected, that it was actually quite refreshing, especially considering the horror genre is in need of vastly original ideas like this."

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