Review: Creepy, 2016, dir. Kiyoshi Kurosawa


If you’re going to make a movie and title it Creepy, well, it better be creepy, so good job Kiyoshi Kurosawa: Your latest film justifies its name. Creepy is an unnerving little ditty, “little” being a somewhat misleading qualifier based on duration – it’s two hours long plus some change, but you barely feel it based on Kurosawa’s talent for pacing and for keeping us engaged with his intertwining mysteries. If there are flaws here, they’re in the edit: A scene will end before it feels like it should, or perhaps too long after, but that’s about it. Make haste to Paste Magazine so you can read my full review


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  1. Pingback: Review: Before We Vanish, 2018, dir. Kiyoshi Kurosawa | A Constant Visual Feast

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