Kyle Wilamowski’s film trades not in a nostalgia born of genuine lived experience, but of cinematic clichés.
Hap and Leonard’s absurdly, effectively pregnant atmosphere will be familiar to those who’ve seen Jim Mickle’s films.
Craig William Macneill’s film is a sporadically frightening slow burn with a fatally overlong fuse.
Jim Mickle plays the scenario deadly straight and unintentionally exposes all of its attendant absurdities, leaving the cast stranded.
The commentary track by Gregg Araki, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, and Brady Corbet is not the earth-shattering affair I expected.
It seems to exist in a memory deprivation tank flooded with hyper-saturated recollections and pop-cultural codes.
In American Psycho, there is an exit—it’s just called the future.