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The end result provides a range of quality, from the inspired and creative to the lazy and insipid, but one that horror fans will certainly devour. Read full review
Tellingly, this horror anthology's finest entries convey how real horror comes in more than shades of red, and how it lives inside us all. Read full review
Stronger in concept than execution. Read full review
Do your tastes delve into the sick, ultra-violent, and disturbing? Then you may find The ABCs of Death, an anthology of about two dozen short films, inventive and funny. Otherwise, as you consume this serving of alphabet soup, “A” may as well stand for “atrocious,” “B” for “bloodbath,” and “C” for “check, please.” Read full review
An instant midnight movie, a morbid mishmash of styles and filmmaking formats – 26 films, 26 filmmakers from the four corners of the horror globe, all making short films about death. It’s not for everyone. Read full review
Only Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani, directors of 2009’s stylish Amer, emerge intact with “O Is for Orgasm,” a surging montage of fluid colors and moans. Read full review
A good concept yields scattershot results in this horror-film anthology. Read full review
The most intentional fun comes courtesy of N (for Nuptials). Read full review
There's no sense of pacing here, as would be the case in a single feature-length narrative in which a wise filmmaker would vary the intensity level. Instead, what we get is a ceaseless visual and emotional assault. That makes for an exhausting movie-going experience. This is by no means a feel-good film. This is a feel-bad film -- and at times a feel-icky film. Read full review
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