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Writer/director James Croke doesn’t have much in the way of a budget for “Latency,” going the modest route for this chiller, which highlights the dangers of technology and the influence of anxiety disorders. There are plenty of ideas in the writing to investigate, and with only two characters and a single location, expectations are put in place for a heartier examination of personality and behavior, while Croke is clearly paying tribute to the cinema of David Cronenberg at times. Unfortunately, the helmer has his ambitions, but the execution of “Latency” is underwhelming. There’s little tension to enjoy as the main player in a game of unreality deals with a disruption to her brain, and Croke isn’t too confident when it comes to scares, preferring to hit viewers with loud noises instead of nailing them with more interesting acts of terror. Read the rest at


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