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There's little fun to be had for the audience other than in some nicely executed special effects.
An eccentric mix of veteran actors, Southern Gothicism and neo-noir lends "Cold Moon" a certain charm as a ghostly revenge thriller.
Frustrations aside, Cold Moon is worth watching.
A bit of a mixed bag. Has several good jump scares and a few hard-to-ignore flaws.
"Cold Moon" has its moments, offering odd, snake-infested visuals and creepy encounters, and it's sure to fit the average movie maniac's need to watch only horror features during October.
COLD MOON has the feel of a horror novel and makes for a few unexpected chills.
Furst's (maybe) supernatural tale unfolds in a manner that, without exactly breaking any new ground, makes the most of its backwards-looking classicism with a story that is similarly entombed in the past while looking forward to our present day.
To be honest at first appearance I expected little of this seemingly B movie grade spooker, but while watching it I came to be slowly seduced by the efforts of all those involved proving better than expected. What one gets is a Southern goth turn then of Edgar Allan Poe's "Telltale Heart" wherein overpowering guilt leads to the slow deterioration of our suspected bad guy, effectively played by the surprising cast. Give this one a chance.
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