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Brian Skutle (Sonic Cinema) on The Quiet Arrangement
If this riveting mystery is any indication of what writer/director David Snyder can do on a shoestring budget, it will be fascinating to see what he does when Hollywood comes knocking with the paycheck he deserves.
John Black (DVD a Day) on The Quiet Arrangement
It is a beautifully crafted debut feature film, that has a little bit of Memento in it, but besides un-chronological storytelling Snyder's film has its own strengths to show.
Esa Linna (Extraordinary Movie and Video Guide) on The Quiet Arrangement
Filmmaker David Snyder takes an old story line and turns it into a strangely compelling drama. Using dimmed colors and a claustrophobic lens, he tells a story that recalls Altman's Nashville -- it's never clear who the central character is or exactly where the film is heading, and you can pick whomever you choose to cheer for or rail against.
Carl F Gauze (Ink 19) on The Quiet Arrangement
A tense action crime thriller ripe with treachery and murder, The Quiet Arrangement begins with a simple abduction and ransom, but gradually morphs into a befuddling and twisty ride… Stylish and inventive, this is one micro-indie that's well worth a chance.
Goatsden on The Quiet Arrangement
For a first feature, director/writer David C. Snyder has done a commendable job of filling the screen with a finely twisted narrative and a fascinating array of images, textures and tones. …Snyder has crafted a marvelous addition to the kidnapping-gone-wrong genre, showing deft understanding of human nature: especially in the closely related arenas of greed and revenge.
S. James Wegg (James Wegg Review) on The Quiet Arrangement
Richard Propes (The Independent Critic) on The Quiet Arrangement
Although Kyle Jason's performance anchors the film, the real star here is David C. Snyder. He has a keen visual sense and an instinctual understanding of what makes a flick like this tick.
Rohit Rao (DVD Talk) on The Quiet Arrangement
…I found Dark of Winter an intriguing watch that reveals a capable hand when it comes to the psychological horror genre.
Sarah Duncan (Flicker Magazine) on Dark of Winter
On the whole, Snyder remains a talent to watch… and I love the images and sounds he brings forth in his films, which remind me why I’ve enjoyed discovering films from him and other “true indie” filmmakers over the years.
Brian Skutle (Sonic Cinema) on Dark of Winter
The composition of the images is even stronger in DoW, and there is great use of focus (both in forced perspective and purposefully out of focus shots), beautiful plays with the color correction, a lot of very nice use of shots through mirrors and glass to show that division within John’s head, and some very nicely staged camera work.
Ryan Mowry (Ryan's Reviews) on Dark of Winter
Carey Conley (Rogue Cinema) on Dark of Winter
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