Spiral (2007)

My Rating: 3.5/5 STARS
MovieStudio Quote >> “A very gripping thriller which almost engages us till the end. The climax couldn’t have been better!”

Could the person sitting at the desk opposite you be a potential partner, new friend, psychokiller?
Chilling psycho-thriller SPIRAL helmed by HATCHET director Adam Green and co-directed by AVATAR’s Joel Moore, who also plays the creepy and unnerving lead Mason, a reclusive telesales worker with dark psychological undertones, makes its DVD debut courtesy of indi VISION.


The film follows lonely introvert Mason, an insurance company worker by day and talented artist and lover of Jazz by night. His only friend is his boss Berkeley (Zachary Levi – TV’s “Chuck”), who keeps an eye on him and humours his bizarre behaviour. When a vivacious co-worker Amber (Amber Tamblyn – THE RING) shows an interest in him he finds her friendliness soothes his disturbed mind, and he allows her into his world.


But the more Amber learns of Mason’s past the more she questions her safety as the unsettling mood grows. With a dark atmosphere that builds suspense and intrigue throughout, SPIRAL will keep you gripped until its shocking conclusion.


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Posted on July 18, 2010, in Drama, romance, Suspense, Thriller, Thriller/Suspense and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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