"Nightscape" moves ahead at an unfathomably slow pace, and to make matters worse, then nothing much of any particular interest happens throughout the movie as a whole.
The dialogue is delivered in stunted and staggering bursts from the actors and actresses, which doesn't really help to liven up the movie or further the dwindling appeal that the movie suffers under. In some scenes the actors and actresses did good jobs, I will give them that much, but in others, well it was just downright abysmal.
Story-wise, well then "Nightscape" wasn't particularly impressive; an elusive drifter is chasing after a supernatural killer, and he picks up a race driver and a withdrawn woman along the way.
This is essentially it. And I must admit that my attention quickly drifted away from the movie and to other things. I got suckered in by the interesting movie cover, but covers doesn't always deliver what they promise.
The movie is labeled as fantasy, horror and thriller. Yeah, the movie doesn't really fit into the first two. And as for a thriller, well, don't get your hopes up.
There are some interesting visuals throughout the movie, but that hardly makes it worthwhile to sit through just about one and a half hours.
I am sure that there is an audience out there for this particular movie and this particular genre. I, however, am just not one of them.
"Nightscape" manages to obtain a 3 out of 10 stars from me.
In Nightscape, an emotionally guarded drifter, Kat (Galesh), crosses paths with a phantom car responsible for a wave of supernatural violence. The drifter must learn to trust again if she is to end a lifetime of bad luck and help her new found companions survive the growing chaos and carnage.
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July 22, 2015 at 10:19 PM