There are movies that grab you, and there are movies that snatch you up or poison you. Then there are the ones that wrap you inside a skin-tight water suit, then drop you beneath the waves, into an icy grave... That's what happens during the opening credits of The Dark Below, a Douglas Schulze film. I've never watched anything like this, and I found myself one hundred percent captivated.
If you’ can not handle enclosed spaces, this isn’t the film for you. There’s a frigid game of cat and mouse that takes place, as you’re introduced to a woman assaulted by a dangerous man. He’s cold, uncaring and very methodical about his process, but it’s what you’re shown that makes the movie gripping. Without any words, other than three whispered in the very beginning, you are taken through every step that lead up to the attack.
Douglas Schulze took an idea and made it a musical masterpiece. Through images and score, The Dark Below reveals a history of secrets, lies and a precarious obsession with water. You endure a voyeuristic fight for the heroine's life, while also finding yourself struck dumb, yet fascinated!.
There was but one issue held with the movie and it has to do with icy waters. Sadly, details can’t be provided without giving away spoilers, and that’s not what I do. Just know that what is done cannot be undone, no matter how great the medical science.
The movie is alluring, the story is fabulous and the thrills are very cool! (pun intended) The Dark Below releases later this year. Be sure to see it!
The Dark Below
Directed by Douglas Schulze
Story and Screen play by Doughas Schulze with Jonathan D'Ambrosio
Produced by Kurt Eli Mary & Kathryn J. McDermott
Music by David Bateman
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