Yeah, I already sent Trip a message about this awhile ago. But I did go ahead and pick it up and really really liked it. Think I'll watch it again tonight actually. I thought the end, although somewhat predictable, still managed to really work. In its execution it really wasn't about being a "oh wow" sort of twist, so much as it pushed the deeper message of the movie. In so doing, it still managed to be chilling, and that feeling was the "oh wow" part, you know?
OK, that probably makes very little sense. Hopefully those that have seen it will know what I'm trying to get at. I just don't want to let slip any spoilers or anything.
But all in all, a very effective, atmospheric and well acted movie. Andy Serkis is really pushes the creep factor. And while there are no real scares in the conventional sense, the surreal, unsettling imagery really gets under your skin. It's kinda like Geiger conjuring Dali.