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Blu-ray Review - Starfish


Writer/director A.T. White attempts to craft a low-budget brain-bleeder with "Starfish," his take on a creature feature where the odyssey of monsterdom is contained within. There are wild visions presented here, but as freak-out cinema goes, it's not a picture for those with limited patience. White moves forward carefully with his psychological free dive, keeping up with trends in digital cinema that deliver more visual detail than dramatic lure, working to disturb the traditional viewing experience with concentration on imagery and mental distortion, keeping common storytelling away from the endeavor. White certainly knows how to put together a sharp-looking movie, and "Starfish" is ideal for those who enjoy meditative missions into the interpretive unknown. Dramatically, it's intermittently compelling, but after about 30 minutes of this ambling effort, this very well may White's intention with his feature-length helming debut. Read the rest at


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