Katherine Sutherland and Alan Malouf - The Art of Bulgari: La Dolce Vita & Beyond, 1950-1990 - Inside - San Francisco, CA - Wednesday 18th September 2013
"Wow, this looks expensive," was the only thought going through my head for the entirety of the supremely over-produced and equally under-achieving psychological sicko chiller "The Cell."
Taking place largely inside the inexplicably stylish mind of a serial killer, the movie's visual signature gives one the impression that the production designer went on a double-espresso design jag after waking up from a Goth-meets-Architectural Digest wet dream.
Festooned with graphic sadomasochistic imagery, dark, cavernous landscapes and ornately adorned fantasy torture chambers, the movie plays like a "director's cut" of the Nine Inch Nails video "Closer."
Continue reading: The Cell Review
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