Screening at TIFF this week is Livid, the new film by Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo. The film “is a horror fairytale set during Halloween night when three youths decide to burglarize an old lady’s desolate house, but what awaits them is no ordinary house… ” And now Mr. Disgusting writes in with his review.
“‘Livid’s true gift is its creative madness, a film that’s drenched in imagery that will resonate with viewers for decades. Still, ‘Livid’ is not going to make fans of ‘Inside’ happy. In fact, I expect most of you to despise it with pure venom. ”
Click here for the entire review.
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