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Longlegs

★★★☆ – (2024) – A psychic FBI agent investigates a serial killer who leaves no traces of himself at his crime scenes. A wholly absorbing and original story with unpredictable turns and quite a few unsettling moments. Moves deliberately slow, as it’s in no rush to shock, but when surprises do arise they’re well worth the wait. Much like the villain, this burrows deep under your skin and stays awhile.

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Amityville Bigfoot

★★☆☆ – (2024) – A tall ape picks off anyone in his terrain, from birdwatchers to a film crew. One of the better entries in the Amityville slop pile, mainly because it packs in a ton of activity at a brisk pace, and provides a substantial amount of crude and violent moments. Not exactly fine cinema, but a cheap means to provide minimal fun.

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Amityville Backpack

★☆☆☆ – (2024) – A complete schmuck buys a backpack that drills to death anyone who wears it. Only features a few actors who repeat the same mannerisms throughout, and has abominable gore straight out of a Walmart Halloween aisle. Repeats the same plot points over and over again, yet never puts forth a reason to exist. Silly at times, but not silly enough.

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MaXXXine

★★½☆ – (2024) – An aspiring actress lands her first non-porno role while those closest to her are picked off by a serial killer. A slow and steady mystery that consistently involves despite featuring a beyond-selfish protagonist who does nothing but protect herself, which is seemingly the Hollywood way. Loses some steam once the killer is revealed, yet does have an ultra-violent climax. The lesser entry in the series, though it still manages to grip. (Kevin Bacon steals the show.)

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In a Violent Nature

★★½☆ – (2024) – A maniac stalks a wooden terrain and kills anyone he comes across. Though relatively plot-free, this is an extremely unique slasher that focuses not on partying teens, but on the killer himself. The pace is slow, there’s little dialog, and a musical score doesn’t exist, but none of those things are a problem since they add a sense of realism many of these films lack. Hits the skids during an unimpressive final act, but getting there is often satisfying.

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