I also found the title sequence quite inspiring due to the fact that there were constant cuts between a female character who was clearly from a wealthy family preparing the table for dinner and photographs/documents of mysterious murders. As the director Todd Robinson is the grandson of Elmer C. Robinson (the character played by Travolta), he was able to get his hands on actual documents and scrapbooks for his film. The old-fashioned 1940s music which played over the opening fitted very with the scene as it made sure viewers knew which time period it was set in. Additionally, the use of effects on the small serif fonts in the opening really suited to the setting.
Although there were many ideas which I could use on our group thriller, the storyline and setting does not completely suit our thriller and the major parts of our title sequence has been completed with just the minor parts to elaborate or tweak. However, if I ever come across filming, I would definitely take concepts of this thrilling film into consideration. I strongly recommend this film but beware, this is not for the faint-hearted!
Here is the trailer below: