Mixed Review

Mixed Review


54: And Then There Were ...

April 18, 2019

In 1939, Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None set a new standard for mystery novels. 60 years later, some beer-swilling Yanks  began producing Americanized retellings in the form of Identity (2003), Mindhunters (2004) and Sabotage (2014), three brainless thrillers featuring excessive gore, foul-mouthed arseholes, and absolute creative bankruptcy. Kevin and William spend far too much time answering one question: Why? Why in pluperfect hell would you pee on a literary masterwork?