Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Andrea Yates believed she was possessed by Satan and could save her children by drowning them. Frailty is as chilling. Read full review
Genuinely creepy Southern Gothic thriller that once again proves that in horror movies, sometimes less is actually more. Read full review
Blood-curdling stuff. Read full review
You'll depart with memories of a well-crafted study in quiet horror, and with ideas whirling in your head about the nature of evil and what happens to children caught in its grip. Read full review
It's the cinematic equivalent of a good page-turner, and even if it's nonsense, its claws dig surprisingly deep. Read full review
Against all odds in heaven and hell, it creeped me out just fine. Read full review
The payoff isn't worth the time invested, but at least the actor-turned-filmmaker underplays an inherently queasy project that could have been over the top. Read full review
There's a good little psychological thriller buried underneath all the manufactured shocks, in the story of a powerless child standing alone against a parent's mental illness. Read full review
Murder should either be unsparingly real or kitschy like the ''Texas Chainsaw Massacre.'' This is neither. Read full review
Dumb but also unrelentingly dark and ugly, thereby depriving the viewer of any camp value. Read full review
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