Paul's Review of Blast of Silence

  • 6 years ago via Flixster
    Blast of Silence

    Blast of Silence (1961)

    There's good pulp and there's bad pulp. This a case of Good Pulp, being it's well aware of what it is. Some of the acting isn't that great, however I believe that adds to the mystique of it, along with the naration that isn't omni-present, it isn't personal, it's like a coach or a sports announcer. Everytime I watch it, I wonder what the film would be like without it.

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