Death Proof - Wogma Readers Reviews
Want to watch the camera graze every inch of a jawline of a very beautiful female character? Want to close your eyes when a scarred, creepy stalker bangs into a car filled with women just for fun? All of this will be coupled in a worn out print with jarring scratches, with jump cuts, jumping god knows how many frames, cheeky background score, colourful, edgy cinematography and you’ll be left wanting to disapparate into a seedy theatre during the 1970s, where you could sit and watch a film like Death Proof with sexual explicitness and violence galore – to awaken your senses.
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