The Tattooist DVD Review - www.impulsegamer.com -

Feature 8.7
Video 8.7
Audio 8.6
Special Features 6.0
Total 8.7
Distributor: Walt Disney Studios
Running Time: 87 minutes
Classification: MA15+
Reviewer:
Jason Rourke

8.7


The Tattooist

The Tattooist is an impressive supernatural thriller that stars the talented Jason Behr as Jake, an American tattooist who traverses the world in order to procure new designs from a variety of different cultures. Jake however believes that some of the designs can cure people of a plethora of illnesses. Captivated by the ancient Samoan tradition of tattooing, that of tatue, the world of both the natural and supernatural soon fall apart as he unwittingly releases an ancient evil.

Masterfully crafted by director Peter Burger that includes some stunning performances by Nathaniel Lees and Robbie Magasiva, this film explores the cultural boundaries of both modern and ancient society that draws the viewer into this chaotic world that challenges everything our "hero" believes.

Composer Peter Scholes does a brilliant task of linking the score of the movie to the world of the "alleged" supernatural as the viewer is taken on an almost roller coaster ride that will keep you glued to seat from start to finish. 16:9 widescreen with Dolby Digital 5.1, it's as close as we can get to a true movie experience.

Amazing!

Special Features:
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Bonus Scenes

 






 
 



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