After Dark Originals ’11 REVIEW: ‘Seconds Apart’ the Best of the Fest?!

After Dark Originals has 5 new horror films in limited theaters everywhere, and thus far David Harley absolutely hated both Husk and Prowl. Breaking the cycle, Harley has turned in his positive review for Seconds Apart, which follows two brothers damned from the moment of their births, possessing a gruesome talent for telekinesis – a power they use in the most horrific ways imaginable.

An impressive sophomore effort from Negret, Seconds Apart successfully explores the power of perception while maintaining an eerie ambiance created by some unsettling imagery and a string-rich score by Lior Rosner. While Richards’ premise certainly isn’t anything new, the snappy dialogue between the twins and story progression works alongside the stellar performances to make Seconds Apart the most interesting and well-made twin film since Adaptation.

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