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Film Review - In the Tall Grass


After the massive success of the “It” movies and other creative hits in “Gerald’s Game” and “1922,” it’s important to remind people that not everything adapted from the works of Stephen King is automatic gold. Exposing this often painful reality is writer/director Vincenzo Natali, who achieved cult fame 22 years ago with “Cube” and has failed to match it ever since. He returns with “In the Tall Grass,” which brings a novella co-written by King and his son, Joe Hill, to the screen, offering something spooky for the Halloween season. At 64 pages in length, there wasn’t much to the original material, but Natali doesn’t accept this reality, working to pad “In the Tall Grass” for a feature-length endeavor when a short film would’ve done the trick just fine. Read the rest at


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