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In 2013, director Ed Gass-Donnelly faced an unwinnable situation when he was hired to helm “The Last Exorcism: Part II,” a sequel nobody asked for to a movie that wasn’t beloved. Attacking the material from a slightly different direction, Gass-Donnelly did as good a job as possible, laboring to revive depleted creative batteries while testing the limitations of studio work. Box office wasn’t kind, but Gass-Donnelly is back to scary stuff with “Lavender,” a semi-ghost story that permits him more room to show off his abilities, taking on creepy houses and fractured memories with stabs at style and thick genre mood. “Lavender” is familiar in many ways, which serves the production well for the most part, but it’s not always a tasteful film, eventually making positive accomplishments difficult to track by the third act. Read the rest at


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