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Review: Excision (2012)

When it came out last year, Excision, by first-time director Richard Bates, Jr.,  became one of those movies you heard about.  Many people compared it to Lucky McKee’s genre fave May (2002) — and why not?  They’re both about socially awkward, outcast girls that have an unconventional way of connecting to people — both culminating in some gory results…. Read More ›