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I saw the movie last night over at the Hollywood Theater. Fantastic work all way around. I was especially taken in by how well-written the script was and how involving the characters were--when Thomas said: "I'm a ghost" that was sad/chilling at the same time, which is something that's hard to pull off. And the dance sequences were about as macabre and beautiful as horror can get. Sometimes there can be great beauty in horror and it's been a long time since I've seen anyone go that way. A film like CORPSING really elevates the genre--I can see why it's doing so well. The two main actors, Jeff Monahan and Joanna Lowe played their roles earnestly and with passion--you could tell that they were always "in the moment" and their characters cared for each other deeply--which was also freaky at times! The soundtrack was effective as was the lighting and use of black and white sequences.
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