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Anthology pictures typically remain in the world of horror, a genre that welcomes small bites of the macabre and the scary. “Immortal” has its moments of uneasiness, but screenwriter Jon Dabach aims for something different with the feature, concocting four tales of titular indestructibleness, viewed through characters experiencing great trauma, personal loss, and pure sadistic glee. The change in pace really suits the endeavor, which ebbs and flows like most omnibus efforts, but it has an offbeat approach to chills. “Immortal” is inventive and engaging, with more emotionality and surprise than similar offerings, as Dabach attempts to lead with strange tests of personality, not always shock value, giving the movie a pleasing unpredictability and comfort with small-scale fantasy. Read the rest at


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