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Continuously shocking and often painful to watch, the New Zealand horror film Wound should challenge its audience, many of whom believe the genre is best enjoyed as camp entertainment.
It plays like a Film 101 collection of no-budget, blood-spurting special effects; other than shock value, the film has little to offer.
Playing out its hallucinatory scenarios of incest, perversion, loss and revenge in the arrested unconscious of its heroine, Wound is Repulsion for the surveillance age.
A cinematic sledgehammer, David Blyth's brazenly sick, self-indulgent work of surrealism will prove insurmountable for all but the most open-minded horror-philes.
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