I hate throwing backhanded compliments, but I wasn’t expecting Lucky McKee’s The Woman to change the horror world. I figured it would come and go, and we’d forget all about it. I started seeing positive reviews trickling across the web and couldn’t stop from asking myself, “for real?” He’s for real alright. Ryan Daley came out of the Sundance Film Festival screening raving. I believe – based on his score – that THIS Jack Ketchum collaboration was indeed his favorite of the fest.
“Potent and disturbing, it’s the sort of movie serious, open-minded horror fans live for… you`ve got a future cult classic on your hands.”
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