50

Slant Magazine

By Chuck Bowen
The film belongs to a long tradition of horror films that offensively suggest that all atheists might as well hang a Welcome sign up for the devil.
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40

The Hollywood Reporter

By John DeFore
An appealing cast and well-executed mood of foreboding would seem to hold some promise commercially, but the script grows silly in the third act, letting the picture down.
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40

Time Out New York

Ultimately, the silly material overwhelms the style, particularly in a final act involving magical hillbillies living in them thar hills — during which the movie attempts to make a serious point about the importance of faith in the midst of a lot of bad teeth, worse wigs and cheap jolts. Right.
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40

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Along with Moore, all of them deserve some kind of credit for committing to a movie barely six souls will ever even see.
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40

The Guardian

Is it a psychological thriller or a giddy horror of the evil-in-them-there-hills persuasion? This split-personality number can't quite decide.
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30

Variety

By Scott Foundas
A schlock supernatural shocker.
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30

The New York Times

By Nicolas Rapold
The filmmakers’ aversion to coherent narrative and genuinely suspenseful visuals (not to mention a penchant for having Ms. Moore receive terrible news via cellphone) keep the movie’s mystery stew from hitting the spot.
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25

New York Post

By Kyle Smith
A preposterous supernatural thriller that inexplicably managed to sign up Julianne Moore to star.
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25

New York Observer

By Rex Reed
Blame who you must, but whatever went wrong with 6 Souls, God had nothing to do with it.
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20

Los Angeles Times

By Robert Abele
6 Souls is regrettably sick with that familiar disease afflicting movies of this ilk: ostentatious, hollow moodiness that spreads like an unwelcome rash.
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28 out of 100
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