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Film Review - Body


“Body” is a psychological chiller that doesn’t have much to work with. It basically contains three main characters and a single location, with writer/directors Dan Berk and Robert Olsen scrambling to transform a simple idea into string of pulse-pounding moments. Minimalism has its advantages here, but “Body” isn’t quite the nail-chewer it hopes to be, missing a degree of insanity and eventful storytelling as it tries to update the Hitchcock experience with millennial attitudes. It’s a shockingly brief picture (68 minutes long before end credits) and not without its pressure points, but the feature lacks prolonged snap, only coming alive in certain charged moments. Read the rest at


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