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[SXSW ’14 Review] ‘Faults’ Is Ultimately Terrifying!

A bit under the radar You’re Next and The Guest producers, Snoot, has yet another genre film premiere at the SXSW Film Festival this past weekend.

Evan Dickson caught Riley Stearns’ thriller Faults, about a girl under the grip of a mysterious cult. It stars Leland Orser, Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Chris Ellis, Lance Reddick, Jon Gries, Leonard Earl Howze, and Beth Grant.

He explains in his review that “Faults is a modern cult thriller cut from a slightly different cloth than contemporaries like Martha Marcy May Marlene and Sound Of My Voice.

So much of what transpires is relatable and familiar that it’s ultimately terrifying,” he continues, “The film understands that catharsis, release and emancipation – freedom of will – are harder to come by than most people realize.

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