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Superbly crafted psychological thriller. Read full review
Joshua does grow a bit repetitious (it lacks the cathartic climaxes of a horror film), yet it has cool and savvy fun with your fears. Read full review
Joshua falls a bit flat at the end, but overall it delivers some genuine old-school chills - something that was missing when Macaulay Culkin played a similar role in "The Good Son." Read full review
One of the most diabolical things about this psychological thriller is just how open to interpretation it is. Read full review
Terrifically sneaky psychological thriller, which takes great pleasure in watching carefully constructed family values come tumbling down. Read full review
To lump in this smart, subtle, deviously effective thriller with "The Omen" or "The Good Son" is neither fair nor entirely accurate. Read full review
Creepy, cool and loaded with style. Read full review
A painfully slow psychological thriller. Read full review
Joshua is the sort of movie in which nobody does what you would do: like spank or demand an extra-strength time out. Read full review
So what's wrong with Joshua? Two things: The audience is ahead of the movie, and the movie never catches up. Read full review
really excellently disturbing
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