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Mohawk delivers effective period horror while skillfully weaving in sociopolitical subtext that pushes the film past genre -- and budgetary -- constraints.
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There's a lot about Mohawk that simply doesn't work.
As with last year's The Void, Mohawk is wonderfully long on setting, mood, and practical effects, and woefully short on storytelling and drama.
I have no doubt that Geoghegan's intentions are sincere but the muddling of historical fiction with the Grand Guignol is an uneven mix that never fully gels.
Has the same political urgency as Wes Craven's now-classic, but rough-around-the-edges early films, like Last House on the Left and The Hills Have Eyes.
"Mohawk" is a gripping and despairing action picture, about how we can't seem to stop trying to destroy those we distrust - including ourselves.
Ted Geoghegan's swift, slicing thriller Mohawk makes a vigorous case for horror as perhaps the most fitting film genre to capture some truths of American history.
The low-budget seams are obvious, but the film is more of a modest success than a noble failure, thanks to the lean, evocative premise, which is smartly realized by Geohegan's direction.
A film that looks at American history all the way through to the present and can only respond with blood-soaked sadness.
Mohawk is by no means perfect, but it's unlike any other recent film, and I'm grateful for that.
A brutal chase thriller told from a perspective we rarely see.
Mohawk is hurt by its budget, but it still delivers a thrilling and brutal thriller with something to say about politics and the treatment of Native Americans.
Mohawk offers a fresh story angle on the invasion and occupation of America, it's beautifully shot and bone-crushingly brutal, and features an incredibly kick-ass heroine.
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