Shutter Island Leonardo DiCaprio teams up again with his Gangs of New York director for this unabashed thriller about a federal marshal named Teddy investigating an insane asylum that just happens to house the arsonist who killed Teddy’s wife. As he tries to unravel the bizarre secrets that everyone’s keeping in this freaky funny farm, his own sanity is at risk. A worthy entry into the horror-thriller genre; it’s not on par with say, Goodfellas, but definitely worth a look (even twice, to see the clues to the ending that you missed first time round.) Extras: Nothing on the DVD; BD offers featurettes “Behind the Shutters” production details and interviews, “Into the Lighthouse” looks at psychiatric therapy in the 1950s.
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An editor at Fandango for eight years, Stacie has been an entertainment editor and writer working for such outlets as Playboy, People, Movieline magazine and Hollywood.com. She loves dark comedies, finds the remake/reboot trend annoying, and has a soft spot for all things '80s.