Best horror films of 2016?
A prime example of a film that will either float your boat or not, there won't be much middle ground.
Evolution is an oblique tale of humanity versus nature, childhood versus adulthood and gender versus gender.
Or it's just a creepy film about starfish, worm porridge and scary women experimenting on little boys.
Or it's both.
What I am sure of is that it is a singularly intriguing film that manages to convey an arthouse sensibility and blend it with a surreal (and serene) horror vibe that is both disturbing and mesmerising.
Most definitely one of the better genre films that just refuses to be one and thusly allows itself to be its own unique self. Kind of like the film's protagonist.