Rarely in film these days do we get to see a classic thriller. A film that unsettles you and makes you cringe in our day and time is almost always a member of the horror genre. Films that make us question those around us and those we come in contact with have become scarce in the modern film landscape. There are plenty of deities and demons to be had, but the simple, frightening notion that evil can take shape in a very human and realistic form seems to be lost on a lot of actors and filmmakers. However, there are some students of the game out there, and fortunately for us they help make movies like Nightcrawler.
Nightcrawler is not a horror movie, but it is one of the most unnerving films I’ve had the pleasure of seeing. This is mostly due to the main character, Louis Bloom. Bloom, played…
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