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AITH Review: Death and Cremation

I hadn't much knowledge, nor tall expectations when I walked into Justin Steele's Death and Cremation, save for the fact it starred the always great Brad Dourif as a man who takes a kid under his wing in sinister ways. And while I was correct in presuming the flick would be a small, modestly budgeted horror flick...what I couldn't predict was just how affective the horrific aspects of the film would be. This is not a campy, cheap thrills or tacky jump scare kind of picture, far from it. It's more of a deliberately paced dramatic thriller that happens to have grisly spurts of conventional horror peppered throughout.

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