Reviews: Luz (2019)

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  • Laura Cifford @ Reeling Reviews
    • Excerpt: exhibits artful craftsmanship, especially in its sound design, but its fuzzy storytelling may lose many.
  • Herman Dhaliwal @ Cinema Sanctum
    • Excerpt: Luz is not going to be for every body, or even every horror fan, but it has a distinctive and striking vision that will appeal to some.
  • Brent McKnight @ The Last Thing I See
    • Excerpt: Luz unfolds in a nightmare logic and pace, deliberate and methodical, never moving as expected. It feels unmoored, adrift in a singular world of Singer’s own creation, like an illusionists trick, both experimental and gripping.
  • Jared Mobarak @ The Film Stage
    • Excerpt: It’s a sensory masterpiece of nightmarish mood that doesn’t demand a more robust plot to supply it purpose beyond the experiential.
  • frank ochieng @ Flick Feast
    • Excerpt: Singer is at the helm of a hell-raising and hypnotic horror showcase in a feature debut that sizzles, rattles, and bewilders. Luz is perhaps one of the most compelling and complicated creepfests that one will encounter this year
  • [New] | Amanda Waltz @ Pittsburgh City Paper
    • Excerpt: What begins as a torturous exercise in artsy European genre films – endless long-takes, cryptic dialogue, and light eroticism – soon gives way to a pleasantly compelling and sufficiently gory bottle thriller with a supernatural twist.