|release date||October 12 2010|
|starring||Justin Kirk, Terryn Westbrook, Sam Rosen|
|tagline||Watching Can Be Deadly|
SynopsisTrevor Grainger (Justin Kirk), Amber Croft (Terryn Westbrook) and Rob Rankrus (Sam Rosen) stumble upon a bizarre voyeuristic website Fourboxes.tv, featuring Havoc, a man who sleeps in a cage and builds bombs in his basement. After they learn his mass murdering plot may be more than fiction, they have a choice... stop him or let innocent people die.
While the power of the almighty twist can make or break a film for many viewers, one thing we’ve all learned over the years is that an entire movie should never hinge on its reveal, let alone be built around it. It’s not that it necessarily ruins the whole flick, it’s just that walking out of the theatre with disenchantment doesn’t exactly leave you with the best of dispositions, and it really doesn’t give you a reason for repeat viewings. Films like Psycho have endured because the entire film is compelling and endlessly entertaining, whether it’s because of Hitch’s style or the incredible performances by Janet Leigh and Anthony Perkins. Other films like Four Boxes are perhaps best left as a short, with one possibly good idea floating among a lot of trite concepts. …Read More