Sunday, 28 December 2014

White of the Eye (1987)

A bizarre serial killer thriller set in Arizona where the groovy 70s meets the glossy 80s. White of the Eye is a film of duality: rich and poor, wilderness and industry, some great cinematography but also some truly cheesy, video style edits. On the whole I liked the film but was occasionally frustrated by its lack of discipline with jarring flashbacks, wandering second act and an under-explained ending that tries a little too hard in its weirdness.

Think Brian De Palma on Mescaline.

Original letterboxd review

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