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CORPSING has blood and guts, but that's not the driving focus for this film. The characters have depth and dimension often not found in contemporary horror. Without giving too much away, I even found myself giggling a little as Thomas learned to use the stair master. CORPSING complicates the role of women and pushes the conventions and boundaries of the genre. Shelly, the leading female character, is even in control of telling the story. It's a far cry from the shrieking busty virgin or the moaning busty damsel in distress roles that 90's slasher flicks imposed. This film leads the audience to questions about masculinity, femininity, and sustainability in a fractured environment. CORPSING is a beautifully raw story with amazing casting. The dialogue is purposeful, natural, and concise. The soundtrack is pleasantly surprising and at times delicate. CORPSING is a re-watch must.
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