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Wogma rating: Catch on TV/online for sure

Quick review: A meaty story and a gory film which deviates from the typical possessed body horror storyline. Chills the spine as a horror film about supernatural phenomenon should even though I am not convinced horror films should be made at all.

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Wogma rating: Even the keen, wait for it to come on TV/online

Quick review: A different but thin story-line that stretches too long, most of which you know from the trailer, including the 2-3 funny lines. ‘Different’ gets some points though.

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Wogma rating: The keen must watch on screen; else TV/online

Quick review: An absolutely absorbing first half written, performed and executed so well that the slightly convoluted and stretched second half cannot mar the experience.

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Wogma rating: Catch on TV/online for sure

Quick review: Almost every frame of the film tells you it is not about these two sisters, but there is a larger purpose here. Once you give in to this theme and adjust your hearing to its loudness, the film is engrossing while it lasts.

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