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—— A Walk Among the Tombstones Sep 19
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92% The Guest Sep 17

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Premieres Tonight

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New Episodes Tonight

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Re-Cut Reviews

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November 4, 2011
If you don't enjoy found-footage horror films, then you are not likely to enjoy Re-Cut. If you do enjoy them, then I think you will find it to be a creepy, well-crafted, and suspenseful piece of horror cinema that slowly and methodically builds up its feeling of horror. Essentially a crazy rednecks/locals film, Re-Cut will keep you guessing until the end and may leave you wanting more. As is so often the case with fount-footage horror films, the film feels incomplete, which is undoubtedly part of its aesthetic but which can also leave one feeling unfulfilled. Enjoyable and stylish, but not overly original or creepy, Re-Cut is solid but somewhat derivative bit of horror cinema that you will either love or hate depending on your attitude towards found-footage films.....
July 27, 2012
Promised to deliver the goods and it REALLY DIDN'T. What a shitfest that just abruptly ended in the most cliche, found-footage way. The good guys lose.
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