Stir of Echoes Reviews
The song Paint it Black is featured a lot but never do they have Kevin Bacon play the whole song. That is my biggest complaint.
It is dark and a real thriller. It makes me think of 9th Gate with Johnny Depp. If you like that one you should check this one out.
Good mystery and some good jumps and worthwhile.
Kevin Bacon plays a man who is trying to quit smoking. Simple enough. He's talked into being hypnotized as a means to help him quit. Instead it seems to awaken his latent psychic powers and he's put into contact with the spirit of a dead girl who needs help.
Lackluster movie, very little suspense, bad screenplay
A man and his wife have a special little boy that sees a ghost in the house they live in. Meanwhile, the wife's sister believes in the ability to hypnotize and the husband allows himself to be her target at a party. Beginning that night he can see the same ghost as his son. The father and son work together to release the ghost from their property.
"I don't want to talk about this because it scares mom."
David Koepp, director of Secret Window, Premium Rush, Ghost Town, The Trigger Effect, and Mortdecai, delivers Stir of Echoes. The storyline for this movie is very interesting. There are many dark and eerie scenes and the characters are interesting. The cast includes Kevin Bacon, Kathryne Erbe, Illeana Douglas, Zachary David Cope, and Kevin Dunn.
"He'll stick it in a bowl of soup if it's warm."
I came across this on Netflix recently and decided to give it a viewing for the first time in a long time. I liked it better now than when I had previous watched this. It was entertaining and fun to watch unfold. This is clever and does have some unique elements. This is a must see for fans of the horror genre.
"They're going to kill you."