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Sole Survivor [Import USA Zone 1]
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Denise Watson lavora in una stazione televisiva ed è l'unica sopravvissuta in un disastro aereo. La ragazza inizia ad avvertire strane manifestazioni, si sente seguita e voci misteriose la chiamano per nome... --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.
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This low budget movie is based on a 1976 book (The Survivor) by OBE English horror author James Herbert. The story is limited in scope; it's about a survivor of a plane crash trying to get back to her normal life as a TV commercial producer. Unfortunately, Karma's calling and wants her back even if it costs the lives of innocent bystanders to get her.
There are a few scenes that give one pause but most of this movie strolls when it should be rushing to get somewhere. I can see great potential between the scenes, like when a shadow passes her on the wall but no one is there. Sadly, this movie just wasn't creepy enough or stylish, or fraught with heightened suspense. And it certainly didn't help that the beginning scenes were confusing due to the disparate time elements involved. On the whole, this movie felt more like a rough draft than a polished piece of film work.
I've seen in twice. It has a certain indefinable quality that makes it entertaining enough to keep for future viewings. But it is a bit on the clumsy side.
An oft-overlooked but above-average little indie horror flick, SOLE SURVIVOR is notable for bucking the trend in the era when the slasher film reigned supreme in the horror genre. Being a ghost story of sorts, it is bigger on atmosphere than on blatant slasher-type shocks and thrills, and the film consequently contains little gore or gratuitous nudity. However, a couple of really cool blood-and-viscera FX do show up early during the shot of the plane wreckage, and the film's denouement is a tad bit sanguine. And genre fans into T&A will want to watch for an appearance by venerable scream queen Brinke Stevens, whose topless cameo represents the film's only true skin shot.
The DVD release of SOLE SURVIVOR from Code Red presents the film in its original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.85:1 (enhanced for widescreen TVs). The source print used for the digital transfer is fairly crisp and clean, though there are occasions when the picture contains excessive grain. The soundtrack is presented in the film's original mono format and is adequate overall, but lines of dialogue seem a bit muffled at times. Bonus materials include a feature-length commentary with the executive producer Sal Romeo, producer/co-star Caren Larkey, and film historian Jeff Burr; an interview with executive producer Sal Romeo and producer/co-star Caren Larkey; the film's original theatrical trailer; and more.
Directed by Thom Eberhardt--better known as the director of teen comedies like NIGHT OF THE COMET (1984), THE NIGHT BEFORE (1988), and the made-for-TV film RATZ (2000)--SOLE SURVIVOR is a well-crafted, atmospheric piece that, unlike most horror flicks of the 1980s, avoids the overuse of violence, gore, and gratuitous nudity, yet it mixes in just enough of those elements to keep things interesting and contemporary. The DVD from Code Red is well worth the price of admission and deserves a place in the collections of all serious horror fans.