'Barbarian': TERROR with Justin Long wins 93% approval on RT;  Check out the reactions!

With 57 reviews published so far, terror ‘barbarian‘, starring Justin Long (‘Hungry Eyes’) and Bill Skarsgard (‘It: The Thing’), won impressive 93% approval on Rotten Tomatoes.

The general consensus describes the film as smart, fun and scary – bringing an unpredictable journey for fans of the genre.

We separate the excerpts from the main criticisms:

“O [diretor e roteirista] Zach Cregger stays ahead of the audience at all times, building a narrative full of surprises.” (Globe and Mail)

Enjoy watching:

“The dark scenes in ‘Barbarian’ are not fun to look at, and your strong heartbeat will agree with that.” (Roger Ebert)

“Cregger introduces several genre clichés and turns them into real surprises. This production has a similar tone to the horror movies of the 80s and the Wes Craven movies of the 90s.” (New York Times)

“This movie is extremely fun. It’s scary and funny, in addition to presenting several surprises. The birth of a new cult classic.” (NYC Movie Guru)

“Cregger takes a sinister idea and turns it into a terrifying horror tale, taking audiences by surprise with each shocking twist.” (Paste Magazine)

“It’s a fun and unexpected journey. It doesn’t reinvent the horror genre, but it uses its clichés intelligently.” (One Guy’s Opinion)

The film will be released in national cinemas on September 22.

Check out the trailer:

Zach Cregger is responsible for the direction and script.

In the plot, a young woman traveling to Detroit for a job interview, rents a house. However, when she arrives late at night, she discovers that the house is already being rented by someone else; a strange man (Skarsgard) is living in it. Ignoring her instincts, she decides to spend the night at the house, but soon discovers that there is much more to fear in the house than its unexpected guest.

The cast still has Justin Long, Matthew Patrick Davis, Richard Brake, Kurt Braunohler and Jaymes Butler.

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