Glenn Danzig’s legacy will remain cemented in the pantheon of music, but it is painfully clear that he should rethink his cinematic aspirations.
Writer/director Braden Croft’s third feature keeps you on tantalizingly uncertain psychological footing for most of its running time.
The level of craftsmanship in this raw desperation of a movie is truly impressive, and should not be ignored.
There’s an authority and dedication from both director and cast to the unholy mess of THE CHILD REMAINS, but the film is all sizzle, no steak.
DANIEL ISN’T REAL takes a look at mental illness and its relationship to crafting reality, with a surprising dose of empathy, a healthy dose of world creation, and a little slice of sexiness.