THE GLASS COFFIN REVIEWED
“The Glass Coffin” shows that you can always have a rape scene without nudity. Hell, it even looks like it was shot in a way to resemble that Tim Robbins sex scene in “The Player”. Getting out of Altman connections to international terror movies, there’s something truly dark about this film. The Glass Coffin finds a rather famous actress being held hostage inside of a tricked out limo. She’s on her way to give a speech, but the crazed ‘driver’ wants her to follow a set of commands. Psychological terror is fun and all, but at times this felt like poking at a rat in a cage. For some people, that’ll be enough to give it a watch.
- 2.35:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 2.1 stereo
RELEASE DATE: 7/25/17
The Plot Thus Far
Dressed for the occasion with an elegant evening dress, Amanda enters on a luxurious limousine waiting in front of her house. Suddenly the windows are tinted black, Amanda’s cell phone is disabled and can not open any of the doors.