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COTTAGE COUNTRY Malin Akerman

“Cottage Country” is a wicked, amusing black comedy that satisfies with its ghoulish sense of humor and appetite for escalating acts of frustration. Unfortunately, the blood-caked merriment only lasts for the first act of the film, with the rest of the effort failing to live up to its opening as it hunts for macabre business without much in the way of inspiration. Brightly mounted and nicely performed, “Cottage Country” has moments of delicious insanity, but screenwriter Jeremy Boxen can’t sustain the frantic tone, leaving the feature top heavy instead of building to a devastatingly funny and frightful conclusion. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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