Dizzying, brutal and haunting. As if Gaspar Noe, Coppola and John Milius all contributed to a DTV action flick and conjured up this estimable Heart of Darkness.
More avant-garde action films please, John Hyams.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
This may not be a terribly coherent review, I just came back from the cinema in a huff and I'm exhausted from work, so just think of it as a series of rambling notes.
I'm really disappointed.
It all began when the first trailer for 'The Woods' dropped. I though 'this is interesting, could be this generation's Blair Witch', only for my hopes to be dashed when it was revealed that it was just going to be another Blair Witch.…