Director; Benjamin Arfmann
1h 27 minutes
An exquisite violently written script that will lure you in with its depth, thrill, and beauty.
Lucas, a student who comes off as every teachers dream; punctual, straight A’s, and eager to learn, but don’t let that excellence fool you, underneath hides a complicated and obsessed persona that’ll do practically anything for a good grade.
Though it’s categorized under horror as well, I found it to be more of a thriller/drama than anything else. But the essence of a horror film is there – the tension, the sound, and the dark emotions.
Dylan Sprouse shines like a diamond in the darkened sky in this role, and though his character was dark, complex, and destructive, he still came off ass alluring and beautifully twisted in this thrillingly breathtaking motion picture – delivering a psychopath with grace and elegance from beginning to end. This movie truly showcases his talent as an actor, his ability to transform, and also being able to act out any type of role and character he is given to play.
It’s about diversity, of being a chameleon – in the end, isn’t that what acting is about, of playing someone else?
Just take a look at Leonardo Dicaprio and Tom Cruise, though fantastic actors, DiCaprio being one of my many favorites, somehow, the roles he plays are very similar in a way, same with Cruise.
Now think of Matthew McConaughey, he went from How to lose a guy in 10 days, to Magic Mike, to Dallas Buyers Club, THAT is diversity, that is talent. That is what Sprouse shows here, that he can do it all, but most important that his talent hasn’t faded away through those years away from the camera – all grown up, this is a brilliant comeback for him. He will enchant you with his performance and dazzling good looks. 8.3/10 Strongly recommended, kudos to the entire cast and crew for their performances and work.