All art is dangerous.
Films Synopsis: In the petty world of art criticism, where money talks and talent walks, the works of a psychotic artist are uncovered by a struggling careerist hoping to make a name in the scene. Despite his final wishes that his art be destroyed, his paintings soon set the art world afire, unleashing his vengeful spirit in the process.
Staring Jake Gyllenhaal as a morally bankrupt critic, alongside an ensemble cast, Netflix’s Velvet Buzzsaw (2019) gives viewers a spotty, uneven look into the West Coast art scene. A convoluted slasher, Buzzsaw offered a new world filled with quirky and memorable characters, who one-by-one are picked off by the supernatural villain.
As a satirical horror, Velvet Buzzsaw throws out some intriguing concepts, wrapped in a unique setting but has some choppy delivery. What it does offer, is a familiar D&D trope – the animated statue!
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