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It gets lost a bit. A creepy excursion, though.
Referencing everything from 'Suspiria' to 'The Cabin in the Woods', this is a horror movie made by and for genre fans - but that's not necessarily a good thing.
This backwoods camping adventure and folk-legend fusion flies off the rails, unleashing a grotesque and vile nature in every character. "Cub" will leave you wanting to pack up your things and head home early.
Young Maurice Luijten brings a convincing disconnection to his character that fits the theory, which, unfortunately, further highlights untapped potential.
Cub ends up being a predictable dull mess which simply recreates past films that the director has seen, without any sense of originality or fun.
Cub is characterised by terrific performances (especially from the pre-teen cast), playfully ghoulish bloodwork, and the most inventive instruments of death we've seen since the Saw franchise ran out of ideas.
The film's producers should give audiences a sew-on badge for surviving this.
Similar in tone to Let The Right One In, it starts slowly and builds into a fantastical and creepy look at childhood.
At a time when horror movies seem to only want to make the audience jump, it's great to find one that bothers to build a sense of dread.
Feels a bit like 15 slasher movies you've already seen, but also ends up being a rather novel, unpredictable, and insane little horror flick.
The film creates a pleasing air of mystery that director Jonas Govaerts sadly loses all interest in sustaining.
The build-up is entertainingly eccentric, and there's some ingenious booby-trappery at work among the pines, but Cub runs dry once it knuckles down to the routine bloodletting.
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