Friday April 3, 2020

Film: Ambiguity rules in thriller that has makings of a cult favourite

Lloyd is superb as the outwardly doddery, inwardly steely Crowley,

11th December, 2016
Christopher Lloyd and Max Records in I Am Not A Serial Killer

I Am Not A Serial Killer: Directed by Billy O’Brien, Nationwide, 16, Rating: ****

Snowden: Directed by Oliver Stone, Light House, no cert, Rating: ****

But what else is it? The film feels like O’Brien’s interpretation of a compendium of cinema genres: it’s a thriller, a mystery, a monster horror, a black comedy and a teen high-school movie. It ticks these boxes (some more emphatically than others) all at the same time,...

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