In Fabric

critic Reviews

92% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score92%
  • 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
    Christy LemireBreakfast All Day
    I was mesmerized.
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    Jake WilsonThe Age (Australia)
    This is not the film to see if you're after a sleazy good time. It's more like a game of hunt the symbol, with possible interpretations scattered so thickly it is hard to pick just one.
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    Ty BurrBoston Globe
    "In Fabric" is bespoke horror for a discerning and self-selecting clientele.
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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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    Dave WhiteTheWrap
    Strickland and his cast play it (sort of) straight, aiming for the difficult target of horror-comedy. Comedy wins, but not without some truly gruesome set pieces that take a shrieking delight in the dress wreaking bloody havoc.
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    Anthony LaneNew Yorker
    A little too arch and over-concocted for its own good...
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    Brent McKnightThe Last Thing I See
    Who expected a horror movie about a red murder dress to be riotously funny and a screed about the dehumanization of the working class, fabrication of desire, the hollow pursuit of meaning through consumption, and capitalism smothering the proletariat?
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    Graeme TuckettStuff.co.nz
    It's as though the last 50 years never happened and Rome's Cinecittà Studios are still turning out the films that defied and then defined the psychological horror genre.
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    José MartínEl antepenúltimo mohicano
    What happens... reveals to us the most playful and complex-free face of a constantly evolving filmmaker. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Federico FurzanCinelipsis
    Strickland's cinema is just not for me. I find no connection between his wonderful style and stories. But I know there's something there I will discover soon. [Full review in Spanish].
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