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Ean James

Surprisingly good film. Feels like Pan's Labyrinth scaled back with a bit more cheese (not a bad thing though).

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Tomas

To think this was a debut - it's a huge undertaking and so well crafted.
Think of how different this WORLD is right from the start - the words "merry Christmas" upside down in reflection - we're not in our usual world.
So good.

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Lauren

What an amaxing and unique first feature. Even though it's much smaller then his later films his style and imagination are very apparent here. Ron Pearman is fantastic as always. I was recently lucky enough to see art from this film and his early notebooks at the "At Home with Monsters" ...Read more

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