[Review] TIFF ’11: ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’ Is Magnificent

Screening at TIFF this week is Martha Marcy May Marlene. While not a horror film, it’s smart, tense and full of dread, all of which make it a worthy recommend to you guys. It’s also pretty much a masterpiece.

It’s not a film for everyone, though I would certainly recommend it to many people. It’s also not a horror film, but I would certainly recommend it to many horror fans (especially if you respond to paranoia, suspense or creeping dread). First time writer/director Sean Durkin has crafted a film that will likely make you grapple with your own feelings of uncertainty and the fear of where you do and don’t belong (if anywhere).

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