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Jonathan Glazer's striking metaphysical mystery is intensely compelling, conjuring a mood between European high-arthouse and the unsettling psychological horror of "Rosemary's Baby." Commercial path…
"Rosemary's Baby" gets an extraterrestrial twist in "The "Astronaut's Wife," an aggressively stylish but dramatically flaccid drama that plays like an upscale reprise of a '50s sci-fi potboiler…
A trashy melodramatic thriller about an evil mom preying upon her vulnerable pregnant daughter-in-law, "Hush" is gussied up by its classy distaff cast members, but remains trashy all the same.
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