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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    Mike McGranaghanAisle Seat
    You don't necessarily expect to get choked up at the end of a scary picture, which makes this thoughtful movie all the more special.
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    Sara ClementsAwardsWatch
    Relic [is]one of the most emotional and frightening films of the genre yet.
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    Amyana BartleyQBP Reviews
    I wish the script/the way the film was put together, had complimented and partnered with Charlie Saroff's elegant cinematography and the rest of the film's technical beauty, but it unfortunately got lost and fell flat within its own demented obscurity.
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    Jared MobarakJaredmobarak.com
    Relic unfolds as a straight drama instead of as a haunting. James never falls prey to a Hollywood desire of needing something tangible at which to point our anxiety.
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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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