Pop culture expert. Specializes in Asian, Horror, and Fantastic Cinéma.
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I am so happy to have been able to see the restored version of this nail-biter of a movie.
The tension and pacing is a ride that raises your blood pressure and sense of claustrophobia the further along you get. The score and cinematography work together beautifully creeping under your skin with a nagging feeling that things are just not going to end well.
The Tatang aka dad is amazingly written, hitting all the beats of a serial abuser. The…