And Soon The Darkness


The end can't come soon enough in this slow-moving thriller

And Soon The Darkness review

And soon the dullness might be a better title for Marcos Efron’s slow – and strangely day-lit – Argentina-set thriller.

A remake of Robert Fuest’s underrated 1970 effort, it’s a late, lame addition to the travelogue horrors of Turistas, Hostel et al.

Amber Heard and Odette Yustman are the American irritants who discover that dancing provocatively to ‘I Touch Myself’ in bars full of swarthy sex-cases isn’t a very good idea.

It isn’t a very entertaining one either, especially when the early, moody promise fizzles into a trudging, fear-free missing-person quest. And Soon The Off Button...

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