A review I wrote for one of my favourite movies of the last few years, Spring. It’s a surprisingly warm, romantic, and charming little horror movie. Great stuff.
It’s going to be a real challenge to talk about Spring without giving away any juicy plot points and, believe me, this is the kind of movie you want to go into and experience as fresh as you possibly can on your first viewing. It’ll be difficult but I’m going to try and say as little as possible yet still express how great this movie is and why you should seek it out and watch it before you spend any more time being the person who has yet to have the pleasure of having watched Spring.
I mean, how often does a smart, touching, and layered indie horror movie come along that totally subverts its genre and tropes and has the ability to appeal just as easily to a non-horror audience as it does to its core demographic?
Be warned, though, if you’re a hardcore genre fan looking for a visceral movie more akin to…
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