An insane, horror movie review from Netflix.
The art industry can be killer.
When an artist’s work is confiscated, without permission, something happens to those who suddenly become obsessed with the pieces. Is there any salvation from the devilish images that seem to come to life? This is Velvet Buzzsaw. Well, actually it's not- but if you pay close attention, you find out what is.
Velvet Buzzsaw is a movie that took from a failed movie that never left the ground, filled with greed, desire, hunger for wealth and something sinister. The imagery, and I can actually say that without sounding like a douche, was all about money. Every action take for the good of themselves, invoking the wrath of a deadly, supernatural presence.
How do you stop something you can barely see? You don't, unless it’s from the movements noticeable from the corner of your eye, or slinking up from behind. The origin of threat isn’t explained, but from what you're given, you’re left to draw your own conclusion. What’s really cool is, the ending.
Velvet Buzzsaw is a soft movie with a killer purpose, leaving you to pay attention to each and every character’s purpose, motive and eventually their demise. I had to watch it twice, in order to catch all the ins and outs, and I may still have missed some, but it’s fascinating. It’s great entertainment and sure to keep you on your toes.
Check it out as I move on to the next review. Cheers!
Written & Directed by Dan Gilroy
Produced by Jennifer Fox
Starred Jake Gyllenhall, Rene Russo, Zawe Ashton, Tom Sturridge and Toni Collette
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