At first I was rather freaked out since I realized I was the only one in the theatre but luckily as the trailers played, more people came in. If not, I might just completely freak out when the psycho appears behind some unsuspecting victim. Eeew.
The movie starts off fine but once the blue Mustang appears, the story takes a shift and all eyes are on the seemingly friendly Mr. Turner. It’s scary how Kale (Shia LaBeouf) uses his friends to help him in his stakeout since he’s under house arrest. Especially when his friends are being threatened or whose lives are at stake. It’s scary to see the interior design of Mr. Turner’s house, which has no lack of sharp instruments (saws, surgical knives, drills etc.) and hidden passages.
I shall not reveal too much of the plot but I think that the serial murderer is a freaky creep and the way he handles his corpses just freaks people out. Talk about obsession – it’s just scary. Brrr… Plus, Kale’s kiddy neighbours are just plain irritating and I must say they got their just desserts.