Barry Levinson

Nov 2 2012

The Bay

(This review originally appeared at Reel Film News on November 2, 2012.) Eco-horror movies have been around for ages. One could conceivably call the Godzilla films eco-horror films, as the giant lizard was born in a hostile environment, emerging to wreak havoc upon an unsuspecting populace; likewise with The Hills Have Eyes and Piranha (the […]
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Nov 2 2012

The Bay

(This review was originally published on November 2, 2012 at Reel Film News) As if addressing Hurricane Sandy, Halloween and the election simultaneously, “The Bay” is a gruesome cautionary tale about our environment that spikes the horror genre with a biting realism, so to speak, in a tightly edited ‘mockumentary’. Centered in Claridge, Maryland, a […]
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