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What would happen if someone like Ed Gein or Ted Bundy were to have children and raise them to follow in their bloody footsteps? KateBird Wilkens, brought to life with unnerving depth and believability by horror veteran Helene (My Bloody Valentine) Udy explores this very question in a chilling and graphic testimony of family tradition, emotional confusion and complete insanity. Written by
More like an artsy/fartsy psychological drama. I get that the multiple panels are suppose to represent the girl's fractured psyche. But, darn if it wasn't annoying as heck.
It might have been an enjoyable movie if they had just settled down a bit in the editing room. I liked the actors, especially the guy that played the dad. The story wasn't exactly uninteresting. The torture scenes are unforgettable.
Overall, it was just a chore to watch cuz of all the crazy editing and cumbersome pace.
Still, I'll be looking out for this director's next movie. If he can lay off the technical posturing, he might craft something great.
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