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“The Menu” is a wonderfully demented, slow-burn study of insanity coming from surprising creative spaces. It’s elegant ugliness directed by Mark Mylod, who hasn’t made a movie in over a decade, and that feature (2011’s “What’s Your Number?”) didn’t exactly inspire confidence in his helming future. The deliciously macabre endeavor is scripted by Seth Reiss and Will Tracy, who are primarily known for their contributions to television comedies, including time on “The Onion News Network.” Such command of tone and terror is a revelation, with the production team generating a timely understanding of class rage and culinary cartoonishness, constructing a darkly humorous but thoroughly disturbing odyssey into a single evening of dinner service that’s packed with turns and twists. “The Menu” rises above genre habits quickly, securing a perverse viewing experience that’s marvelously deranged and briskly paced. Read the rest at


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