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Blue Eyes (1999)

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(as Phil Hobden)

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(screenplay) (as Phil Hobden)
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Neil Hodges ...
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Richard Monksteel ...
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Short | Thriller

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8 June 1999 (UK)  »

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Strong but Flawed Thriller
18 April 2006 | by See all my reviews

Blue Eyes is an enigma of a movie. After watching the first feature by Ross Boyask and Phil Hobden I tracked down a copy of this short film made 8 years ago.

A dramatic and scary thriller, a cross between Seven and Wild Things (yes I know it sounds odd but it does work...) Whilst a small budget, the film makes good use of it's limited locations and dramatic sound track featuring licensed music by some of the UK's biggest music acts.

Monsteel is a superb lead, both creepy and sympathetic. The support cast are less effective but Hodges makes a good support and Boyask (a non actor) is just damn freaky.

This film is not for everyone but those who take the time will love it! Well acted, with a superb twist, If you liked Seven you'll love Blue Eyes.


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