Targets ★★★★½

Shot through with dread and roiling disquiet, Targets shows us that monsters cannot be contained in gothic castles and moldering crypts, nor will they be conspicuous, two-dimensional, or purposefully malevolent. Instead, the horror is motiveness and preternaturally benign, a twisted byproduct of patriarchy and militarism, the monstrous offspring of the id that hides in plain sight.

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