Sunday, May 03, 2009

Shock Xpress - Frederick R. Friedel

From an article by David Kerekes titled "Huh? Two Films By Frederick R. Friedel", in the second Shock Xpress Book:

"[Friedel's] command of action sequences and tension is good, but when he puts his players in an old farmhouse with a homicidal teenager, or into a barn following the rapture of a kidnapping, what aught to constitute atmosphere just comes out a sticky mess."

Axe (Frederick R. Friedel, 1977)

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