With the end of summer, the area rollercoaster rides soon will close for the season.
Lucky for you, the movie "Don't Breathe" provides a thrill ride.
The story centers on three ne'er do well young people who want to rob the home of a blind Armed Forces veteran and steal his cash that he collected from a court case.
It's a tough to feel sorry for these three losers looking to rob a blind person.
Still, I froze when the blind homeowner would walk past a burglar standing still.
(And I still wonder why, in some movies, a blind man has the lights on inside his dwelling.)
Without giving away the plot, suffice it to say that the characters are not what they appear to be.
I can't stand slasher flicks where the baddie keeps jumping from nowhere to stab his victims who are too stupid to run.
In what I thought could have been a homage to "Silence of the Lambs," a scene in "Don't Breathe" takes place in a dark basement where the blind man has the advantage.
The twists and turns allow me to recommend this film.
So go to "Don't Breathe" and strap yourself in for a thrill ride.