Disappearance at Clifton Hill Reviews

July 17, 2020
Director and co-writer Albert Shin has come up with a diverting exercise in noir style.
March 1, 2020
Shin infuses an intoxicating blend of grime, crime, and style into Disappearance at Clifton Hill, all of which make it a twisted treat to enjoy.
February 28, 2020
Pulpy Canadian whodunit Disappearance at Clifton Hill is never as fun as it should be.
February 27, 2020
The plot of "Disappearance at Clifton Hill" is convoluted, but in a good way.
February 26, 2020
For patient or forgiving fans of idiosyncratic thrillers, "Disappearance" may deliver satisfactory spills and chills.
February 22, 2020
What distinguishes the film from much of its ilk is Albert Shin's ongoing taste for peculiar and unsettling details.
September 10, 2019
Following up his palatably artful (and widely garlanded) Korean-language debut In Her Place, Albert Shin shows a willingness to plunge headlong into genre waters, an immersion that's bracing, if not quite purifying.
September 9, 2019
Disappointingly flat in filmmaking terms, both in the lackluster design and dull performances.
September 7, 2019
Clifton Hill becomes just as thrilling and disturbing as its titular strip of haunted houses and fading-fast motels.
September 6, 2019
The deeper the film goes, the more it loses its grip.
September 6, 2019
Between its opening image of a fish dangling on a hook (a stand-in for the audience?) and its flawlessly underplayed final moment, it casts a one-of-a-kind spell.
September 3, 2019
Niagara's clash between gaudy neon lights, dingy diners, shadowy alleys and general David Lynch vibes sets the stage for a mystery that may only be imagined.