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UNTRACEABLE – Christopher Young

January 25, 2008 Leave a comment

Original Review by Clark Douglas

Gregory Hoblit’s “Untraceable” was a film that seemed to be made with good intentions, but it never really worked. The film stars Diane Lane as an FBI Agent investigating a website that allows it’s visitors to help kill a victim. How? All they have to do is go to the website. The more hits it gets, the closer some innocent victim comes to their death. The film is essentially a disgusted sermon about our horrible, desensitized culture (which I agree with in principle), but it too willingly revels in the very depraved violence that it seems to be condemning.

If it’s a bad film in the horror/thriller genre, there’s a pretty good chance that it is receiving an overqualified score from composer Christopher Young Read more…