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Stir of Echoes- Review By: Roger Moore


Stir of Echoes- Review By: Roger Moore

Directed By: David Koepp

Written By: David Koepp (Screenplay) & Richard Matheson (Novel)

Score: Technical: 90, Story: 90, Acting: 95, Overall Score: 92%

            Tom Witzky is a utility company lineman with a special gift he is not even aware of until till his over anxious sister-in-law hypnotizes him and before bringing him out tells him to keep an open mind.  This brings his blue-collar world to a collapsing mental episode as he begins to have visions of a dead girl who comes to him when she feels like it and it is driving Tom crazy.  Samantha the young girl comes and goes as she pleases, and when her family gets involved things really get strange for Tom and his family.  Why is this girl coming to Tom, what happened to her and when will things return to normal for Tom and what will happen to Samantha?

            Receiving a Heart Stopper on the Roger Moore movie scale.  This was the first movie directed by David Koepp that I had ever watched and definitely was not the last.  Bringing Richard Matheson’s novel to life it was truly larger than life and with David Koepp’s writing he did just that, having written some very amazing films in his time this one was a great on and will recommend it to everyone that asks anything about it.  As always be afraid, be very afraid. 

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