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Herman Dhaliwal @ Cinema Sanctum
Excerpt: Devereux Milburn brings enough interesting stylistic touches and off-kilter vibes to keep an otherwise familiar setup engaging and creepy.
[New] | James Jay Edwards @ The Big Smoke America
Brent McKnight @ The Last Thing I See
Excerpt: No movie about backwoods cannibals should be this dull.
Jared Mobarak @ The Film Stage
Excerpt: Milburn writes so much foreplay that the script’s eventual release is but a whimper.
C.H. Newell @ Father Son Holy Gore
Excerpt: Honeydew digs into serious subject matter like the horrifying effects of religious patriarchy, as well as the existential and bodily terror of heteronormativity.
Matt Oakes @
Excerpt: Old farm people are supposedly scary as sin in Devereux Milburn’s hostage-horror film ‘Honeydew’, a debut handicapped by lacking performances and an unjustifiably elongated runtime that fails to offer much novelty to the subgenre of young city folk kidnapped by malevolent bumpkins.
Gregory J. Smalley @
Excerpt: When ‘Honeydew’ is on, it’s creepy as hell. But when it’s off, it’s a case of ‘yeah, I totally saw that coming.’
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