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Film Review - Southbound


While anthology films are all the rage these days, “Southbound” attempts to smooth out the inherently episodic nature of the subgenre by connecting, albeit loosely, the grim stories it’s out to tell. The extra attention to continuity is refreshing, giving the production a boost in pacing and overall connectivity, allowing its dark interests a little more room the breathe. “Southbound” is a nifty horror production, showing imagination with surprises and intensity, and it retains a cinematic mood, drenching the feature in synth and violent escalation to make sure each of the chapters has a fighting chance to disturb the viewer. Read the rest at


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