The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part
The Walking Dead
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It's intimate and unsettling, just as it is in all the best horror films.
The film is mainly made up of uninteresting conversations that are complete with some truly horrendous dubbing in which the girls, miraculously, speak before their mouths even open.
Splendid study of gothic repression and women on the verge
why are so many of these set in girls' boarding schools? oh never mind
Murders at a boarding school for wayward, sexually repressed girls. Though set in France and Spanish in origin, it's very much in the Italian giallo style; slow moving but well made, with some very stylish touches. Giallo fanatics will want to bump that star rating up a notch or two.
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