The Internet is a powerful tool. It's great to be able to promote yourself while hiding behind the anonymity of technology. But it does not come easily to me, to put it mildly. It's learning a new language and that's harder when you're over 60. And like everything that becomes harder with age -- it's scary.
Trollhunter really is that simple - and one of the most striking examples of one dimensional, vacuous cinema. Taking a massive, neck-snapping nod from past supernatural 'found footage' efforts The Last Broadcast, The Blair Witch Project and Cloverfield, director André Øvredal's second feature is bookended by bland subtitles preaching about the film's authenticity.