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[A] fresh, eerie twist on urban horror. Read full review
Citadel is stripped down and no-nonsense, fixating on Tommy's emotional and psychological struggles with an intensity that's harrowing. Read full review
I think Foy simply wants to deliver well-gauged terror and make a few points about personal responsibility and the need to overcome our fears. That he does quite well.
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This is a basic story, simply and directly told by Irish writer-director Ciaran Foy. He doesn't try to explain too much, he doesn't depend on special effects and stays just this side of the unbelievable. Read full review
Writer-director Ciaran Foy skillfully taps into primal fears and urban paranoia to keep his audience consistently unsettled in Citadel, an intensely suspenseful horror-thriller. Read full review
The more that fright-flick conventions take over, the more the movie's recognizable and resonant human fears are dulled. Read full review
Foy's talent lies in suggesting horror, not delivering it. Read full review
No longer content with simple conservatism, this horror is downright totalitarian. Read full review
A dispiriting horror cheapie whose monsters-in-the-projects premise plays out like an anti-welfare parable. Read full review
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