The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
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Mark of the Witch feels like one long visually enticing nightmare that makes about as much sense as a bad dream in an alternate reality.
For all its failings, for all its pretension, Mark Of The Witch is a damn sight bolder and more interesting than most of what's around these days, and for that reason it's well worth seeking out.
You know those indie horror movies your indie-horror-hating friends make fun of? That's Mark Of The Witch.
Alas, people will not stop talking, will not allow this to be a quasi-experimental work that gnaws like a worm into our sense of well-being by using imagery that is both confounding and limbic.
Cinematographed within an inch of its life (and death), "Mark of the Witch" (aka "Another") would have worked beautifully as a silent picture.
Part trippy riff on the cultish coven of Suspiria (1977), part modern retelling of Snow White, Another more than makes up for occasional shortcomings in its script with a disorienting barrage of lysergically edited, disjointedly beautiful imagery.
While Another is rough around the edges it's an extremely stylish and bizarre entry in the demonic possession sub-genre of horror.
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