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Film Review - We Need to Do Something


“We Need to Do Something” is based on a novella by Max Booth III, who also provides the screenplay for the feature adaptation. He’s not here to deliver a thundering offering of horror, preferring to use a claustrophobic situation to monitor a family breaking down into madness, toying with thinning patience and long-simmering hostilities. “We Need to Do Something” occasionally teases outbreaks of “Evil Dead”-style goodness, but Booth III and director Sean King O’Grady don’t go all the way with their more macabre ideas, preferring to make a puzzle instead, and one that deals with black magic, self-harm, and frayed family ties. The picture is a slow-burn endeavor, which periodically works against the production, but there’s a minor sense of doom brewing in the effort, which keeps it involving, and blasts of gruesomeness certainly help the cause. Read the rest at


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