Ten Trailers to Keep You Awake #4 – Shutter (2004)

…until I review [Shutter], I should probably just keep this short and…well, this movie  is anything but sweet.

I’ve found that this excellent, well-crafted trailer is equally creepy whether or not you’ve seen the movie. It showcases the most frightening aspects of the movie without revealing so much that you wonder if you should bother with the 90-minute version. The tags sound chilling in the first place, but if you’ve seen the Thai film Shutter (2004), at least one of them-

Sometimes…
they just want to be…
around us

will make your skin crawl. Watching this trailer again before this posting made the hairs on my arms and neck stand up, and it’s still light out. Since I got moving today while the sun was out, I thought, this’ll be a good time to post one of the seven trailers left on this list that really could keep me awake, so to utilize the nice, light day, which one should I pick? Shutter!  I thought, with absolutely no hesitation.  I’ll also tell you that if you have time for a movie and want a scary one, pick the original Shutter up with absolutely no hesitation (unless you’re already badly frightened and need to calm down). It’s a good one to go into ‘clean’, which is just what I did, having no motherfucking clue what I was in for.

Speaking of which, it’s difficult for me to write about Shutter without a really, really high swear count. So, until I review it, I should probably just keep this short and …well, this movie is anything but sweet. Keep it short.

Besides, it’s starting to get dark out.

 

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