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The Clovehitch Killer

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In a dramatic and baffling atmosphere, this film pursues a family that is by all accounts impeccable. The son is Tyler who is a volunteer in the neighborhood church. His dad is Don. The main thing that makes their town feels fear is that a progression of unsolved homicides by a strange executioner named Clovehitch. At the point when Tyler discovers a few pictures with his dad, he starts to trust that his nearest individual is the practitioner of all propositions murders.
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November 27, 2018

While I had really enjoyed it and was glued to the screen, when it ended, there was a feeling of "What was the point?"
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December 06, 2018

The Clovehitch Killer is too predictable to be a compelling thriller, but too hollow to be taken seriously as a critique of middle-class rot.
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November 15, 2018

Unlike so many recent horror movies, The Clovehitch Killer is patient with its thrills, almost excruciatingly so.
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Under the Radar
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November 27, 2018

The Clovehitch Killer might stratify some genre fans but it's much quieter than you would expect walking in.
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New York Times
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November 15, 2018

McDermott is admirably unsettling, and Luke McCoubrey's artfully sterile cinematography adds an air of suffocating wholesomeness that can make you squirm.
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December 07, 2018

This could happen anywhere, and that is, perhaps the most chilling aspect of the film.
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November 16, 2018

Skiles's film doesn't care so much if you think you know how it ends, even if you're right. It's all about twisting the knife in the process of confirming those fears.
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December 05, 2018

Though bloodless it keeps you squirming in your seat.
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November 14, 2018

First-time feature director Duncan Skiles brings some spooky atmosphere to a smart script by Christopher Ford.
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November 30, 2018

Given the strong performances and admirable restraint from genre conventions, it's a shame this murder mystery comes unraveled as easily as it does.
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November 16, 2018

As good as Plummer and McDermott are here, [writer Christopher D. Ford] ultimately writes himself into a corner that requires actions in the final act that don't ring true.
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September 27, 2018

Offers an intriguing perspective on the darker side of American values, but lacks the conviction to entirely expose the cultural contradictions that often enable compulsive murderers.
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