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Film Review - Mohawk


Co-writer/director Ted Geoghegan made his debut with 2015’s “We Are Still Here,” an effective horror effort that celebrated malevolent ghosts and cinematic tension. He pulled off an impressive B-movie with limited funds and locations, showcasing a love of the genre that helped to patch a few creative potholes. Interestingly, Geoghegan goes a different direction for his follow-up, and while he remains invested in gory events and shock value, “Mohawk” emerges as a period chase picture, with the production turning to the 19th century for inspiration. A sort of low-budget take on “Last of the Mohicans”-style adventuring, “Mohawk” has the right idea for suspense and mood, offering a propulsive pace and deep synth to support a tale of woodsy survival and bloodthirsty revenge.  Read the rest at


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