Resolution
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In an abandoned cabin on the edge of an Indian reservation, Mike (Peter Cilella) stages a risky intervention to force his friend Chris (Vinny Curran) off meth and into rehab. But what begins as an attempt to save his friend's life takes an unexpected turn when ominous threats start appearing around the house - and they realize that Chris's addictions are the least of their worries. RESOLUTION is genre-bending horror at its most bone-chilling. (c) Tribeca film
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"A strangely tense and humorous meta-narrative about two friends experiencing weird goings-on at a remote cabin."
‑ Robert Abele, Los Angeles Times
"Ambiguity enlivens the smart, knotty Resolution, which routinely nods to its own artificiality while positing storytelling as a constantly evolving beast apt to save your life one moment and consume you the next."
‑ Nick Schager, Village Voice
"One of the first things about Resolution that catches you off guard is the humor."
‑ Perry Seibert, TV Guide's Movie Guide
"A smart and chilling indie horror from co-directors Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead ..."
‑ Ian Buckwalter, NPR
""Resolution" is a notch above your average low-budget horror flick. It has the usual gore and scares and head-scratching events. But, the story is what locked me in."
‑ Paul Chambers, Movie Chambers
"As a meditation on horror films, and even film itself, Resolution might be in danger of coming across as pretentious, if it weren't so damned entertaining throughout."
‑ Scott Wold, Paste Magazine
"Resolution makes its own creative crisis the star, trying to make something original out of elements so hackneyed, the filmmakers can't bear to reproduce them."
‑ Scott Tobias, AV Club
"Honest about the impulses of addiction, but could stand to have its core interpersonal conflict sharpened up some without sacrificing any of its overall narrative ambiguity."
‑ Brent Simon, Shockya.com
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