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Film Review - Suburban Gothic


With “Suburban Gothic,” co-writer/director Richard Bates, Jr. (“Excision”) is going after a specific balance of sarcastic humor and supernatural terror. It’s a tonal high-wire act in need of a precise vision to pull off, developing characters charismatic enough to follow while establishing a darkness to the material that’s capable of delivering requires chills. “Suburban Gothic” is much too sloppy to connect in full, but the helmer delivers a few atmospheric touches and some amusing antics as he strives to keep the feature together. Low-budget but ambitious, the movie has the right idea, just no defined direction, hampered by the production’s creative indecision. Read the rest at


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