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    2022, Horror/Mystery & thriller, 1h 45m

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    In 1979, a group of young filmmakers set out to make an adult film in rural Texas, but when their reclusive, elderly hosts catch them in the act, the cast find themselves fighting for their lives.

    • Rating:

      R (Gore|Drug Use|Strong Sexual Content|Graphic Nudity|Language|Strong Bloody Violence)

    • Genre:

      Horror, Mystery & thriller

    • Original Language:

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    • Director:

      Ti West

    • Producer:

      Jacob Jaffke, Kevin Turen, Harrison Kreiss

    • Writer:

      Ti West

    • Release Date (Theaters):

      Mar 18, 2022  wide

    • Release Date (Streaming):

      Apr 14, 2022

    • Box Office (Gross USA):

      $11.6M

    • Runtime:

      1h 45m

    • Distributor:

      A24

    Cast & Crew

    Mia Goth
    Maxine

    Jenna Ortega
    Lorraine

    Martin Henderson
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    Brittany Snow
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    Owen Campbell
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    Peter Phok
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    Chelsea Wolfe
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    Tom Hammock
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    Thomas Salpietro
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    Malgosia Turzanska
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    Rebecca Dealy
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    Jessica Kelly
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    • Jun 07, 2022

      Ultimately it may be more interesting in its non-horror moments (The opening shot, the deliberate commentary on exploitation vs empowerment, the recurring religious imagery) but I also think the violence's inevitability makes sense as we all know what is coming.

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    • Apr 21, 2022

      Horror is likely the most forgiving genre out there for being derivative. Just about every modern horror movie wears its many influences, even the recent trend of elevated horror movies that are trying to say Big Things with equal amounts of arty style and bloodshed. There's only so many monsters that can chase so many teenagers. Ti West (House of the Devil) is a director I haven't fully enjoyed, though I would say X is his most accomplished film to date for me. It's clearly going for a Texas Chainsaw Massacre vibe and docu-drama aesthetic. It's set in 1979 and we follow a ragtag film crew trying to make "a good dirty movie." They've rented a guest house in the middle of nowhere Texas as their film site because who knows. The octogenarian couple who owns the farm property doesn't seem to approve of these young folk, and the old lady ends up becoming the slasher killer that mows down the randy young adults. Turns out the old lady has her own urges that the old husband is no longer physically able to satisfy, so she seeks out solace one way or another with the newcomers, whether that be through her sexual satisfaction or through violence. To West's credit, he has given more attention to his characters. These people are not going to be confused with three-dimensional figures but there's enough character shading that made me more interested in spending time with them and a little more rueful that most of them will probably die horribly soon enough (Chekhov's alligator). The slow burn is not wasted time or dawdling, and there are some very well-executed squirm-worthy moments of discomfort. I don't think X quite works on that elevated horror level of late; it's mostly a slasher movie with a dollop more complexity and style. The real reason to appreciate X is from the dual performances from actress Mia Goth (Suspiria), the first as a stripper-turned-ingenue that sees pornography as a path of possible self-actualization, but she's also secretly the killer old lady under piles and piles of makeup. Her wild performances, including scenes where she is facing off against herself, makes the movie far more interesting. Goth goes for broke. I don't think the X is as fun as it thinks it is, nor is it as thoughtful as it thinks it is, and I don't know if I care about a prequel that was shot back-to-back that illuminates the killer old lady's younger life. Is this character really that interesting to warrant her own movie? As a horror movie, it's disturbing and bloody and surprising in equal measure even as it doesn't do much with re-configuring the many conventions of its genre. Nate's Grade: C+