SFF Review: The Boy, and a troubled mind

If a 9-year-old Norman Bates grew up in the 80s living with his father in a failing, isolated motel, he might have been a lot like Craig William Macneill’s The Boy. The film is a slow-burning look at a young, impressionable kid whose growing fascination with death leads him down a horrifying path of destruction. It’s very much […]

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