Thursday, July 22, 2010
Film Review: Screamplay (1985)
Screamplay has got to be one of the most unique films I’ve ever seen. It is filmed like a washed-out, grainy black and white movie from the silent era mixed with sparse, geometric set design of German Expressionism and all pulled together by a murder mystery. I’m surprised more people don’t know about this film because it’s a very creative and mesmerizing effort from filmmaker (he co-wrote, directed, edited, did the visual effects, etc. for the whole film) and actor (he also plays the lead!) Rufus Butler Seder.
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Love this film. Found it for $2 in an FYE and consider it one of the best purchases I've ever made there.ReplyDelete
Wow, completely missed this one. Thanks for the heads up, sounds right up my alley!ReplyDelete