Writer/director Dillon Brown's entry in the polarizing sub genre makes up for its minimal budget with a ton of heart.
WOODLAND GREY is slow and weird for weirdness sake, in a way that is neither thoughtful nor rewarding.
This beautiful, disquieting remake of the 2013 Korean horror film delves into the inequity and iniquity of American society.
Fidelity to the original IP is certainly to be valued in a cinematic adaptation, but it shouldn’t be the only thing a film has going for it.
Reitman handles the action sequences with verve, and whips up a few spooky setpieces too, but it would have been cool to see some more originality in the spirit brigade.