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Spain, United States · 2017
Rated R · 1h 51m
Director Sergio G. Sánchez
Starring George MacKay, Anya Taylor-Joy, Charlie Heaton, Mia Goth
Genre Drama, Horror, Mystery, Thriller

Four siblings, along with their mother, move to a new home to escape a troubled past. When she dies, they vow to stay together. But when a ghostly presence torments them and a lawyer threatens their pact, the four must stand together or be torn apart forever.

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The Playlist by Jessica Kiang

Handsomely shot, evocatively designed, solidly cast and terribly daft, it also presents your friendly neighborhood reviewer with something of a challenge. With what seems like almost premeditated skill, it saves its worst instincts for the backend of its convoluted and barely credible narrative, a good arm-and-a-half’s-length beyond the impassible “spoiler wall.”


The Verge by Tasha Robinson

Too many films that rely on secrets stop being compelling once those secrets emerge. Marrowbone just becomes more compelling. It’s one of the year’s most immaculately crafted movies, and it’s the kind of story that keeps dodging convention right up to the final shot. It fits neatly into the Gothic genre, but it innovates within it at the same time.


Screen International by Tim Grierson

The directorial debut of Orphanage screenwriter Sergio G. Sánchez is powerfully frustrating, undone by an ornate storytelling style in which twists only beget more twists, all in service of some fairly obvious observations about guilt, self-deception and devotion.

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