Google the word spiral and the oracle presents this definition..”a curve which emanates from a central point getting progressively further away…”
At the centre of this film is a creepy commanding performance from Joel David Moore who plays Mason who is an uneasy loner.
This is a slow burner its terror building in its incidentals, the ajar door, and the off balance banter between Mason and his boss.
After work he listens to jazz and creates sketches of girls who are willing to pose for him.
The viewer is drawn into the world of Mason and when he meets Amber we wonder what on earth could her attraction for him be.
What is Mason dragging out the back of his flat and that apartment, sterile or what.
A living space, a dying space!
This is a well made and engaging film which keeps your attention through to it’s dramatic ending.
This is not your standard slasher horror but a detailed and believable exploration of madness.
I am not a fan of this genre but it kept my attention throughout.
Also directed by Joel David Moore it stars Amber Tamlyn, Zachary Levi, Tricia Helfer and Annie Neal and has a running time of 90 minutes.
Spiral is produced by Universal’s Cutting Edge indi Vision label and is available in most outlets.