REVIEW | Grand Piano


‘Elijah Wood has had a strange career. Ever since playing Frodo in The Lord of the Rings movies, the actor has seemingly chosen his projects because they were, above pay or publicity, interesting. And the string of genre flicks he’s recently starred in – Maniac, Open Windows, Cooties – have all been interesting, if not each entirely successful horror pictures, and Wood’s innocent face yet dapper charm has been a sleek fit for them. The same goes for Grand Piano, another of the 2010’s irony-dripping, trope-strangling slashers; thankfully, in no small part to Wood, it generally achieves what it sets out to do, which is to delight and baffle in equal measure.’

Check out my review of Grand Piano at HeyUGuys (click quote or image above).

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Freelance film critic.



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