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XX is a new horror anthology featuring four murderous tales of supernatural frights, thrills, profound anxiety, and Gothic decay. Written and directed by four fiercely talented women the film stars female leads and is framed around innovative animator Sofia Carrillo. Vigorously challenging the status quo within the industry, this collection of tightly coiled short films by some of horror’s most influential women offers a refreshing jolt to the senses.
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The Box, which is my favourite, is a story about a family taking a train ride, when their son is shown what is inside a mysterious man’s box. I liked this film, and as I was watching the other short films, this one always came back to me, as I loved the direction, the cinematography was gorgeous and the acting was really well done. The story, by Jack Ketchum, kept me interested in wanting to know what happened. This is a really good short film.
The Birthday Party was good, but it was predictable. This film was a bit surreal in tone, which I enjoyed.
Don’t Fall didn’t go in the direction I thought it was going in and it was fun. It had some really well done special make-up effects.
Her Only Living Son, which was the last short film, wrapped it up nicely with a tale of fame.
All in all, it was a mixed-bag, but the bag was full of gems. The Box was the best film, followed by Her Only Living Son, Don’t Fall and The Birthday Party.
I also liked the stop-motion creepy inserts that this film had between each story.
So we get 4 stories that have no conclusions and just end, first deals with a kid who looks into a box, and that's it he now won't eat. Good make up, nothing else to see here. Other story has a bumbling woman who tries to hide her dead husbands body from her kid who is having a birthday party that day, I swear only Cary Grant is missing from this one!
The kids who camp and then one gets possessed tries to go somewhere, but just feels empty, final story is another stinker. Each story is bookended by a Tool like video, what? you don't know who Tool are? Go to you tube and type in Tool and Sober. This is nicely done and tries to give out some clues to the stories but it's all rather depressing and contrived. XX should have been and could have been a great low budget movie, it's not.
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