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April 4, 2013


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Kait M

What made this remake exciting for me was the physicality of the horror and the effective tweaking of expectations derived from the originals and horror movie cliches.....it reminded me of how Kill Bill made karate fights look like real fights..the horror felt real even though it was also impossibly over the top...

and who knew that that people hiding in the walls could actually be cut by the bad guy with a knife jabbing at them??

and the biggest genre busting moment was that the inevitable twist ending was actually interesting..

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