Critic Review - Chicago Reader

The great cinematographer Tak Fujimoto has the time of his life on this low-budget horror feature, playing with dolly shots, abrupt zooms, and negative space inside the widescreen frame, and the fun is infectious.

September 21, 2010 Full Review Source: Chicago Reader | Comments (5)
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Scott Love

Luke Simpson

Tak Fujimoto? Man, I was teetering on this one, but that puts it over the edge. I'm seeing it.

Remember the upward shots to the characters leaning their heads against the glass in Ferris Bueller's Day Off? Tak's the man.

Sep 21 - 06:01 PM


Cannot Tell

The cinematography was brilliant in this film!

Sep 21 - 07:55 PM

Bartlett P.

Bartlett Pears

The cinematography was pretty good, but the story... jesus, talk about cliche. When you can figure out what happens simply from the trailer (watch it, ask yourself "which character doesn't say anything in the trailer?" and bingo?the Devil) you're really in for a snoozefest. Think of every tale you've read about beating the devil and that's how it ends. This thing is severely lacking in fresh ideas. M Night Shenanigans is a hack.

Sep 22 - 09:50 PM

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Sep 25 - 05:41 AM


Nolan Bruce

Yeah, the cinematography was fantastic, but I can say literally nothing else positive about the film.

Sep 26 - 10:45 AM

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