Angustia (Anguish)
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Angustia (Anguish)
Poltergeist-purger Zelda Rubinstein toplines this interesting, twisty psycho-thriller from Spain, which makes clever (though repetitive) use of its movie-within-a-movie premise. As the star of the horror film "The Mommy," Rubinstein plays a mother who hypnotizes her son (Michael Lerner) into seeking more victims to supply her growing collection of human eyeballs. "The Mommy" seems also to exert a weird hypnotic effect on the audience watching it, particularly one impressionable fellow who mirrors Lerner's actions by stalking fellow movie patrons... just as the onscreen… More
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"a clever, if not wholly successful, slasher film that toys with the uncomfortable links between blood on the screen and blood in the audience"
‑ James Kendrick, Q Network Film Desk
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