The Siren (2019) (DVD REVIEW)

The Siren (2019) (DVD REVIEW)

The Siren (2019) (DVD REVIEW)

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The Siren (2019) (DVD REVIEW)
Directed By: Perry Blackshear
Starring: Margaret Ying Drake, MacLeod Andrews, Evan Dumouchel
RATED: UR/REGION: 1/Widescreen/NUMBER OF DISCS: 1
AVAILABLE FROM Dark Sky Films

A man searches the lake for the monster that murdered his husband, while that monster falls in love with an unsuspecting visitor.

The Siren is a movie you will want to sit down and get relaxed with as you watch it. It is a bit of a slow burn of a movie and sometimes it just fits oddly enough. I’d say this is one of those times. A man who’s husband died in the lake return to the location to find what killed him and kill it, but he gets more than he thought he’d get when he finds out that this monster can take the form of a pretty hot woman. This along with another character makes things a bit more complicated as the movie moves along. I found the story to be pretty interesting even if the movie never does seem to get in a hurry. There’s a bit of an artsy nature to it all and I don’t mind that. Especially when it all seems to fit pretty well here like it does.

We have a small cast here in this one, but actress Margaret Ying Drake really pulls this one together with her performance. She’s playing a character that to say is complex would be putting it lightly. While you can’t say we have a bad cast choice in the movie, she’s who everyone should be really remembering once the credits start to roll. I’m not sure this will be a movie that is for everyone but I think if you can appreciate a bit of an artsy nature to your movies you will be able to enjoy this one for that very reason, plus the interesting story manages to tell.

Extras

– Two Audio Commentary Tracks
– Perry Blackshear Interview
– Trailers

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