The Wind (II) (2018)

R   |    |  Horror, Western


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A plains-woman faces the harshness and isolation of the untamed land in the Western frontier of the late 1800s.


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6 April 2019 | Wikkid_Gamez
8
| Great slow burn psychological thriller...
Ok, that first review is a bit much to read and a bit over thought ... Don't let it detour you from giving this movie a chance if you like the slow burn psychological thriller type of movies (fast paced gore fans will probably find it dull). Its very well done in my opinion. Good acting, nice steady pace that keeps the suspense going. Along with a really good score, or lack of at times enhancing how completely isolated and alone she is. The few special effects it does have are done well and not cheesy. Definitely worth taking a chance on. I love the fast gore fest stuff as well if done right but this is definitely not that.

There are only a handful of actors and the main character is alone a lot of the time. You do need to make sure you can actually sit and watch it without doing other things as well because there are a lot of flashbacks and back and forth from past to present. So try and wait until you can actually kick back and let yourself get sucked into the story. The pieces fit together. Anyone that likes suspenseful, mysterious, slow burn phycological thrillers that make you think will love is. It is a very well done thought out story, the characters are likeable and you end up caring about what happens to them.

I am not saying anything about what actually happens story wise as I do not like posting spoilers if I can help it. Knowing too much can take away from the suspense of these kinds of movies. Its better to go in blind. So I am leaving it at that.

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