Directed by: Fede Alvarez
Produced by: Fede Alvarez; Sam Raimi; Robert Tapert
Written by: Fede Alvarez; Rodo Sayagues
Starring: Jane Levy; Dylan Minnette; Daniel Zovatto; Stephen Lang
Music by: Roque Baños
Cinematography: Pedro Luque
Edited by: Eric L. Beason; Louise Ford; Gardner Gould
Running time: 88 minutes
Seeran Review: As the film starts with an old man fighting with the friction between the dead body and the road, I guessed the screen play. The screenplay will be in such a way so as to retain the questions of how, why and who and finally the film will sink with this sequence which was correct to my surprise.
I really felt the dog barking all of a sudden bouncing over the window of the car quite fearsome. The blind man has got a real reason for all his misdeeds. But if this philosophy of life came only after the retirement or much before working in the army? No, then he should have been really patriotic and good hearted! ‘Rich girls don’t go to jail’. How he did escape from the chemical while he was sleeping? Why he came out without the gun which was under his bed though he heard a gunshot? Why there is a light for the hostage being held at the underground? These questions may be my ability to watch deeply or unnecessary for a main-stream thriller. Not much moving.