Stoker Reviews

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All Cheerleaders Die
Available On VOD
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Afflicted
Now on Blu-ray and DVD
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Stage Fright
Now on Blu-ray and DVD
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Wolf Creek 2
The Long Awaited Sequel!
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It's always a satisfying surprise when a horror film transcends what sounds like a thoroughly conventional story -- and it's even better when that film ends up as great as Chan-wook Park's Stoker. The MORE
06/19/13
Stoker is what you've come to expect from Park Chan-wook: A twisted tale of familial obsession, sexual repression, buried histories, and, in the loosest and grimmest sense, self-liberation. Park's uber- MORE
02/28/13
In its cryptic opening scene, Park Chan-wook sets the tone of STOKER, his English-language debut, with a monologue and the sound of the world in which the film takes place. STOKER prides itself on not being a MORE
02/21/13
The best way to watch Stoker is to know nothing at all. Go in completely blind, and read nothing (including this review, though that's good advice for all movies really). I'll use details after the break, MORE
02/08/13
One of the bigger films to debut this year during the 2013 Sundance Film Festival was South Korean director Park Chan-Wook's highly anticipated Stoker, his first foray into English-language filmmaking. Working MORE
01/29/13
One of my favorite directors of all-time is Park Chan-wook, best known for his Vengeance trilogy, which includes the legendary Oldboy. The Korean master has completed his first English-language feature, Stoker, MORE
01/29/13
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