Relic

critic Reviews

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    Sheila O'MalleyRogerEbert.com
    [Relic] is with subtle detail, character depth, and a creeping mood of dread, illuminated by the three central performances.
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    Jessica KiangVariety
    Enigmatic, mournful, deeply creepy...
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    Brian TallericoRogerEbert.com
    A stylish, eerie project that turns the haunted house story on its head.
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    David RooneyHollywood Reporter
    Relic takes its time, but exerts an ever-tightening hold on the imagination.
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    Glenn DunksThe Film Experience
    But while there may be haunted doorway portals and creepy things that go bump in the night, there's more at play than just a ghost in the shadows...
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    Niall BrowneMovies in Focus
    On the surface, Natalie Erika James' Relic is a horror film - and for all intents and purposes it is. But there's much more to unpack in this richly layered piece of genre cinema.
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    Emilie BlackCinema Crazed
    ... a slow burn done right with plenty of emotional connection and payoff. It's one of those films that is a must see this summer for those looking for something else than pure action and explosions.
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    Todd JorgensonCinemalogue
    Instead of revealing too much, this Australian haunted-house thriller earns its chills by keeping viewers guessing.
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    Jeffrey M. AndersonCommon Sense Media
    This horror movie has a pretty slow build, but when it kicks in, it does so with head-spinning impact, cleverly and dynamically achieving a visual, physical manifestation of its themes and emotions.
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    Michael GingoldRue Morgue Magazine
    Quiet and measured in the way it generates fear, the movie is built on a base of acutely observed character.
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