Usually the weak acting and one-dimensional characters you'd expect from any SyFy production leaves me rushing for the remote, but for all of its flaws, and there are plenty, Alexander Yellen's debut is an enjoyable, intriguing and genuinely creepy take on the killer doll horror.
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From gossip-rag pin-up to powerhouse director Ben Affleck has one of the most chequered careers in Hollywood. Channelling experience following his previous two features, tightly wound action thrillers Gone Baby Gone and The Town, his time behind the camera is proving most fruitful. His recounting of the true life story of Argo is no exception and further authorises his position as a meaningful director.
Set in late ‘70s Iran, amidst a violent revolution, a group of CIA operatives strive to…