All the tact and complexity of A Time to Kill but with subtitles so I guess that makes it good?
Probably as good as this sort of thing can get - the painted-still re-enactments are memorably goofy, it's a blessedly short sit (under an hour!) and the mellifluous voice of Vincent Price could sell any old horseshit. Also, I have to tip my cap to a paranormal speculative documentary that introduces a mysterious happening (the vanished sulfur boat) then proceeds to say that there's a totally rational explanation for what happened and what's all this about devils and triangles anyway.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Rather than a proper review, I'd like to address something I've been seeing a lot vis-a-vis this here movie. In other words, I'm about to break this shit down real small.
Great visual experience, but oh that ending! That seems to be a standard knock on Panos Cosmatos's sumptuous, thrilling sensory blast Beyond the Black Rainbow, to where even its champions feel like apologizing the last fifteen away. Nuts to that. Its ending is terrific, a sudden disorienting gearshift that…