Ig Perrish (Daniel Radcliffe) is the number one
the murder of his girlfriend Merrin (Juno
Temple). Only a few people, his brother (Joe
Anderson), a bartender tramp (Kelli Garner) and his long term friend/ lawyer
(Max Minghella), believe he didn’t do it.
One morning, Ig finds horns growing out of his head and soon he finds
people confessing their sins and give into their selfish and hidden impulses.
Ig discovers it is an effective tool as he
searches for the one responsible for the murder of his girlfriend.
Alexandre Aja has rafted a good blend of genres
adaptation of Joe Hill’s novel. HORNS
has a love story and mystery wrapped together with some horror elements as
Daniel Radcliffe shows he is able to give himself to whatever roll he
Temple is lovely as Merrin while
the rest of the cast is also good including Heather Graham as a lying fame
THE MAKING OF HORNS is a behind-the-scenes featurette
features interviews with the cast, the director, writer Joe Hill, and the
Before the main menu is a trailer for SNOWPIERCER.
is a great blend of genres in a movie with a few great twists and a fantastic
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