Mike Pereira turns in his final review out of the Toronto International Film Festival, raving out Zack Parker’s Proxy, a pretty harsh horror drama about a woman who copes with the loss of her unborn child.
“It unapologetically aims for the audience’s throat and doesn’t waste any time in doing so,” says Mike in his rave review. “This is one deliciously perverse thriller. Parker unflinchingly rifles through one shocking twist after another, daring its audience to walk out of the theater in disgust.
He adds: “Proud and fully aware, Proxy is a joyfully trashy, sinful slice of macabre entertainment.”
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