David Hewlett, Cynthia Preston, Terry O’Quinn
A doctor has a lifelike, anatomically-correct medical dummy, with muscles and organs visible through its clear skin, named Pin (after Pinocchio). Via ventriloquism, Pin explains bodily functions in a way kids can relate to. When the over-strict doctor and his wife are killed in a car crash, his son (Leon) transfers his alter-ego into Pin, whom he always believed was alive. He starts using Pin as an excuse to over-protect his sister (Ursula) from admirers and deflect unwanted intrusions, even to the extent of committing murder. (Cynan Rees)
First of all I need to say that I’m too lazy to summary. So I as searching for a summary who is the ‘right one’. With my last movie post I didn’t have any problems with finding one. But this one? Jesus Christ. I really know that his one is a psychological thriller and even I didn’t get it the first time but after all now I get it. People on rotten tomatoes acting like critics but don’t have any clues about this film. So again this movie review is from someone who has it by the right end and I’m very happy to read this one.
A first I didn’t get the fact that the father could speak via Ventriloquism. So obviously if you don’t get that fact, I understand it you can look at it as a really bad horror movie. But if you didn’t miss that fact it is quite an interesting psychological thriller. Especially with my studies it is really interesting. If you see the characters develop and grow. Although at some spots, the movie is really creepy( not scary) but this kind of disorders can have some real creepy points. although for an ’80’s movie it was really nice. I give this one a 7!