2001-2010Graham ReznickHorrorMysteryUSA

Graham Reznick – I Can See You (2008)

Accomplished sound designer Graham Reznick steps out of the background and into the directorial spotlight in a major way with this exceptional one-two punch. Having honed his sonic post-production skills most recently on Ti West’s The House of the Devil and Glenn McQuaid’s I Sell the Dead, Reznick proves that he has his own vision to share with the world. I recommend you start by watching the 3D short, The Viewer, which sets a firmly bizarre tone (and is a feat of low-budget technical ingenuity). For my money, however, the feature is the real reason to check out this release. I Can See You tells the story of three young Brooklyn ad guys who leave the city behind for a weekend in the woods, where they hope to come up with a jackpot campaign idea for the cleaning product Claractix. But, once there, things begin to go haywire. There is a sequence midway through this film, set to a Badalamenti-esque score by Jeff Grace (another frequent West collaborator), that took my breath away. With this one-two punch, Reznick reaffirms his status as another boundlessly talented member of Larry Fessenden’s Scareflix team. (Michael Tully, Hammer to Nail)

1.09GB | 1h 42mn | 608×352 | avi




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