A Horrible Way to Die [Blu-ray] 
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Audio commentary with director/editor Adam Wingard and writer/producer Simon Barrett
Behind the scenes of A Horrible Way to Die
- SubgenrePsychological Thriller
- TitleA Horrible Way to Die
- Countries ProducedUnited States
- Duration85 minutes
- Year of Release2010
- Product TagsBlu-ray
- Program TypeMovie
- Screen FormatEnhanced Widescreen for 16x9 TV
- Aspect Ratio1.78:1
- Product NameA Horrible Way to Die [Blu-ray] 
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Jaw DroppingPosted .
First let me say that right after watching this film I had to re watch it immediately it was that clever.The twist was a jaw dropper that I never saw coming. A woman turns her 'serial killer' boyfriend in to the authorities after following him one night on one of his strange late night drives.When asked by her about them his response is 'you know I'm strange' as he leaves he tells her he loves her which he does allot and in the time we get to see them together he seems nothing but wonderful towards her. The main actress is amazing in her role, it's as if she is living it then and there and I was mesmerized by her performance. She meets a very nice man at her AA meeting and tries to start a new life until her ex escapes from the authorities. There are some very brutal scenes although not gratuitously so but still quite shocking and bloody. The feel of the film is low budget but that doesn't take away from it's brilliance and impact. I felt like the wind was knocked out of me when the twist occurred. I highly recommend it for those that like these types of films and don't need major CGI or big special effects to appease them..I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 3 out of 5 stars
Okay it confused me.Posted .
I watched it from beginning to end and of course had to replay some parts because it confused me. Maybe I was into the plot too much that it ruined it for me? Worth seeing if you love serial killers I guess.I would recommend this to a friend