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Film Review - The Girl in the Photographs


“The Girl in the Photographs” is credited as a final picture in the career of executive producer Wes Craven, who passed away in 2015. It seems fitting that the helmer would have interest in this production, as it periodically plays like a “Scream” knockoff, only instead of challenging genre formula, it dissects the world of fashion and art photography, trying to come up with a fresh take on aged slasher ingredients. “The Girl in the Photographs” is tremendously gory and aggressive, hoping to scare through acts of blunt trauma, but co-writer/director Nick Simon elects the meditative route with pedestrian material, generating more yawn than shrieks with this monumentally tedious feature. Read the rest at


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