Being held responsible for causing Tube commuters to fear Underground dwelling psychpathic killers, 2005's Creep follows the overnight adventures of Kate who experiences something which most Londoners are intrigued by, what really happens under the streets of London after the last tube departs for the evening. Incompetent guards, drunken sexual harassment, traumatic abortions, psychotic killers and Dogs being named 'Ray' happen according to Christopher Smith's Horror fest. The Reveal: As in Cloverfield, the main issue with how the plot is fed to the audience is in how the psychotic killer named 'Craig' is revealed and focused too much upon, ultimately desensitizing the audience to the 'Creep' himself. Despite this, the abortion scene still sends chills down even the least sensitive of viewer.
Twenty-One year old History and Film Student at the University of Hertfordshire. I enjoy writing mostly film reviews, and about film movements or genres. Film and Music are my passion, I am working towards establishing my own production company in the future. My favorite films are Fight Club, Reservoir Dogs, and Jaws