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Knuckleball

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A storm looks unexpected stands against 12-year-old Henry. Henry found himself in a farm free and isolated from the world. Henry has the certainty that confrontation is the solution; he must struggle for his life when he becomes an easy target for mental disorders and other things that seem danger.
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Starburst
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August 03, 2018

This is a slow-burner that will draw you in, with an eerie sense of atmosphere and style coupled with some excellent cinematography by Jon Thomas. One to be applauded for trying something different with conventional horror themes.
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Film Freak Central
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August 03, 2018

Disappointing, too, that Knuckleball introduces a lady cop so charmingly and progressively... only to reduce her to collateral damage in her very next scene.
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Starburst
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May 15, 2018

The blunt simplicity of Knuckleball's story makes it easy to dive into, while the intense action keeps you riveted right up to its closing moments.
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Eye for Film
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July 25, 2018

Though gruelling in places, Knuckleball is a thriller in the truest sense.
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The Hollywood News
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August 23, 2018

Once we get to the 'action', the film doesn't let up until the climax and it's a blast to watch.
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Los Angeles Times
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October 04, 2018

For the most part, this is a tautly constructed exercise in suspense, set among striking-looking snowbound fields and farmhouses.
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National Post
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September 28, 2018

Peterson crafts a chilling homage to The Shining; handles the why-doesn't-he-use-his-cellphone question nicely; and delivers a decent followup to his last feature, 2012's Lloyd the Conqueror.
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B*tch Stole My Remote
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September 21, 2018

The film relies heavily on the interplay between Henry and Dixon, which resembles a violent dance. Both actors invest deeply in their roles, which helps to sell the tension (particularly as the bodies begin to pile up)
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Variety
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October 06, 2018

While you're watching, helmer Michael Peterson effectively earns suspension of disbelief with stark atmospherics, solid performances and a persuasive escalation of panic.
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