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Don't Blink
Last Stop

USA 2014
produced by
Carl W. Lucas, Alan Trever, Zack Ward, Wayne Nelson Page (executive), Helen Boesenecker (executive), Quinn Boesenecker (executive), Jessica Lorbietzki (executive), Nathan Lorbietzki (executive), Mena Suvari (associate), Brian Austin Green (associate), Chris Kientz (associate), Ivy Isenberg (associate) for Last Stop, EchoWolf Productions, Moorlock Machinations, WindowLight Pictures, Compelling Entertainment
directed by Travis Oates
starring Mena Suvari, Brian Austin Green, Joanne Kelly, Zack Ward, Fiona Gubelmann, Leif Grantvoort, David de Lautour, Samantha Jacober, Curtiss Frisle, Emelie O'Hara, Boots Sutherland, Robert Picardo
written by Travis Oates, music by Mike Verta

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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It was supposed to be a nice vacation at a resort out in the middle of nowhere for a bunch of friends (Mena Suvari, Brian Austin Green, Joanne Kelly, Zack Ward, Fiona Gubelmann, Leif Gantvoort, David de Lautour, Samantha Jacober, Curtiss Frisle, Emelie O'Hara), but when they arrive at the place, they have to notice there's nobody there. Thing is, the place looks lived in until very recently, heck, there's even food laid out in the breakfast room and the rooms look occupied - there is just not a trace of anybody about. Now of course the first instincts of our heroes are to either call someone for help or just drive on - but there's no phone signal, and their cars are out of gas, and even though there's a gas pump at the premises, the keys for it are gone. Now that,and the fact that there is absolutely no animal wildlife (not even bugs) around freaks them out quite a bit ... and then one of them, Tracy (Mena Suvari), just disappears into thin air when nobody's looking. At first of course, the group believes she has just strolled off and try to track her down, but not only don't they succeed in tracking her down, a few more of them (David de Lautour, Curtiss Frisle, Emelie O'Hara) go missing as well, and soon the group is split into two camps, level-headed Jack (Brian Austin Green), who wants to remain and find out what's going on, especially since first victim Tracy was his pregnant girlfriend, while hothead Alex (Zack Ward) wants to leave at all cost, figuring if they could siphon all of their gas into one car they might have just enough to get back to civilisation. He's outvoted - but he's got a gun, and guns are always a bad idea in a situation of crisis (as he's the first to learn as he's ending up at its wrong end way too soon ... but the gun hardly would have made any difference at all if handled corretly, as the friends continue to disappear without any reason at all ...


Don't Blink is an accomplished piece of indie horror that above all else gets the uncanny part of its story just right: There's something creepy and life-threatening happening which is unexplicable (and fortunately remains unexplained), and it''s not something represented by any big special effects (or any special effects at all), but simply by the fact that a person goes missing for no good reason - which in its simplicity is all the more worrying. Now add to this an engaging story arc brought to life by an atmospheric directorial approach and carried by interesting characters embodied by a competent ensemble cast, and you've got yourself a pretty good and rather original piece of horror cinema.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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