Monday, 18 October 2010
Tiredness kills - Hush (2009)
The setting was perfect. I've always thought of motorway service stations as places that don't really exist. They're on the outskirts, barely visible from the road. Much like airports, they're neither here nor there. Almost like no laws need to be observed.
Hush has a million plot lines that come to abrupt dead ends and never get explained, much of which would be suited to Hostel, but that's what makes it feel like a good old fashioned story. Who needs all the facts when you've still experienced the character's fear and torment? Although, I do feel a sequel coming on, but that might just be my cynicism.