Videovista have my review of Richard Kelly’s The Box.
From the director of Donnie Darko comes a weirdly iconoclastic film based upon a Richard Matheson short story. Initially, the film structures itself around a moral thought experiment asking us to consider whether we would kill someone we do not know for $1,000,000. However, then the film opens up into a science fiction conspiracy theory that is one part Alan J. Pakula to one part Arthur C. Clarke. Not entirely convincing partly because the ideas it contains are so utterly weird, but I did enjoy the rather brutal satire of Christianity as a sinister alien conspiracy.