In Fabric

critic Reviews

94% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score94%
  • In Fabric's gauzy giallo allure weaves a surreal spell, blending stylish horror and dark comedy to offer audiences a captivating treat.
  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Stephen GarrettBook & Film Globe
    In Fabric [is] a fantastically weird immersion into fetishized consumerism.
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    David FearRolling Stone
    Few people could get away with making haunted couture seem chilling without being kitsch, or turn ridiculously verbose retail-speak into something both sidesplitting and unnerving.
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    Matthew DoughertyThe Filtered Lens
    Had the pacing issues been worked out, or the message populate some of the boringly handled transition sequences, In Fabric might have been something really special.
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    Pat MullenThat Shelf
    A tale of a killer dress, In Fabric is a dazzlingly stylish affair that's a cut above the rest. Say yes to the dress!
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    Christopher LloydThe Film Yap
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    K. Austin CollinsVanity Fair
    If In Fabric is initially hindered by the literalism of Strickland's vision, it still manages to prove irritatingly suspenseful, at times even pleasurably shocking.
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    M.V. MoorheadPhoenix Magazine
    In Fabric is far less disciplined than the Hitchcockian I See You. But it's also a looser and funnier ride while you're watching it.
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    Alci RengifoEntertainment Voice
    As an experimental homage to a past genre "In Fabric" would have been entertaining enough, but [Peter] Strickland has no interest in merely geeking out. This is also a wicked satire about consumerism and appearances.
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    Josh GollerSpectrum Culture
    It's Strickland's unrepentantly gleeful approach and artful handling of absurdity that allows In Fabric to transcend its B-movie material.
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    Christopher Llewellyn ReedHammer to Nail
    If one lets logic go and allows the texture of the movie's fabric to gently envelop one's mind ... then In Fabric wears itself nicely.
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