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At one point in Margaret, a character screams in another character’s face: “We are not supporting characters in the fascinating story of your life!” In a film so densely populated, not just with characters, but with ideas, themes, tones and … Continue reading
Oculus director Mike Flanagan’s latest Blumhouse production Hush arrives with a tantalizing hook: it’s a slasher movie featuring a deaf woman as the protagonist. On a purely conceptual level this is a thrilling idea. I always feel that many filmmakers today miss the … Continue reading