Detective Conan: Full Score Of Fear (DVD)
Detective Conan: Full Score of Fear is by no means innovative or groundbreaking, but it triumphs by keeping faith with its entertaining plotline. It keeps audiences guessing what happens next until the very end.
Just days before a concert that he happens to be attending, Conan encounters a case involving a bomb explosion that kills two musicians while they are rehearsing.
This soon evolves into a string of murders where a part of a flute can be found at the scene of each crime.
Full Score Of Fear follows the same procedure as the most of its predecessors. Characters are lost or killed and the plot thickens.
Then Conan gradually uncovers the truth through a series of clever investigations.
The film fully brings out the character of the story through a luscious classical soundtrack that includes a nightmarish version of Ave Maria and Bach's dramatic Toccata In Fugue, which can be enjoyed as a standalone album.
Though in its 12th episode, the structure hasn't seen drastic changes yet still works a treat. With its exciting narrative, the movie is a delight to watch for Detective Conan devotees as well as those new to the series.