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STUNNING. An uncommonly naturalistic terror tale... --LA Weekly
- Special Features:
- Audio Commentary by Director Ti West and Sound Designer Graham Reznick
- Audio Commentary by Actors Reggie Cunningham, Ray Sullivan and Sean Reid
- Videotaped Q&A from the Los Angeles Film Festival (15 min.)
Top Customer Reviews
This movie is an hour and twenty minutes long, and it's probably an hour too long. I am not being excessive or mean in any way. Once you have watched this movie, you will understand what I mean.
With indie guru Larry Fessenden and Ti West teaming up again, I would've thought we'd be in for something at least as good as "The Roost" was, which, while not perfect by any means, it was still at least entertaining. But this . . . it's just terrible. Just godawful. One of the worst movies I've ever bought on Amazon.
And all this coming from a long time Ti West fan.
- Feels almost like a documentary with the way it was filmed, putting you right there with the rest of the group.
- Characters look like they could be normal people you'd see on the street (as opposed to the gorgeous types often found in most movies), and are facing off against an all too real threat.
- Builds a nice sense of foreboding and uses the scenery to create some excellent atmosphere.
- Great effects when the bullets start flying (particularly the brain matter!).
- The music is fantastic! Thumping bass lines that echo back and forth while violens screech and stab at each other, superb stuff!
- For those that hope of making a movie with a dollar and a dream, here's proof that it's possible.
- Feels like a documentary... filmed entirely with a handheld camera, often with shaky and out of focus results (a friend watching this with me said it made her sick).
- There are only 3 characters that share the majority of screen time (and only 6 all together) and about 30 lines of dialogue is spoken throughout the film.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A loud, fast and simple piece of cut-and-dry, indie filmmaking that hints at films Ti West would later perfect. NOT for the faint of heart.Published 2 months ago by John Cockerton
I’ll preface this by saying I’m a fan of Ti West (apart from the questionable Cabin Fever sequel) and I truly enjoy slowly building tension, claustrophobic atmosphere, haunting... Read morePublished 13 months ago by John Sibley Williams
Having just seen Ti West's The Innkeepers, I wanted to check out some more of his cinematic wares. Trigger Man is one of West's earlier films, and I cannot say I'm very impressed. Read morePublished on October 28, 2012 by Daniel Jolley
Patient filmmaking, to say the least. As seems to be demonstrated by the array of reviews here, Trigger Man is not for everyone. But it worked for me ... Read morePublished on October 29, 2010 by Indie-holic
Having really liked Ti West's newest film, The House of The Devil, I was anxious to see this film. I must say that I was disappointed. Read morePublished on November 2, 2009 by The Baron