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Anvari's film is an exciting answer to jump scare supernatural teen movies, toying with filmmaking and narrative expectations while offering a whole lot of nasty, midnight-ready fun in the process.
Anvari plays to Hammer's strengths as a man who looks like he has it all until he opens his mouth
Wounds creeps and crawls and pokes and bleeds but it never really works.
Voracious genre consumers should get off on trying to decipher the densely textured film's murky ambiguities.
Wounds seriously left me with a huge case of the heebie-jeebies, and there's no doubt that those little buggers are going to stick with me for a very long time.
Wounds will definitely gross you out, but there isn't enough meat in these bones to keep your interest through the millionth sight of a cockroach or jump scare at the sound of an incoming text.
Babak Anvari's latest never comes together despite a fun Armie Hammer performance.
It has some entertaining moments thanks to a zany Hammer performance.
The entertainment value is there and Wounds most certainly had my attention most of the way through, but the swing and miss ending makes it tough to recommend.
The underdeveloped mystery never satisfies. The result is a general sense of bewilderment as the credits roll and you realize that everything is meaningless.
Wounds is interested in exploring our dark sides, tapping into that uneasy feeling that takes hold when we're alone at night, and creeping us out with an abundance of cockroaches.
Like Under the Shadow, Wounds introduces the mythology well. It's a bit more complicated in Wounds because there are several factors.
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