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How did you buy your ticket? View All Photos Movie Info. XX is a new all-female helmed horror anthology featuring four dark tales written and directed by fiercely talented women: Annie Clark St.

May 23, Natalie Brown as Susan. Melanie Lynskey as Mary. Breeda Wool as Gretchen. Christina Kirk as Cora. Sanai Victoria as Lucy.

Sheila Vand as Carla. Lindsay Burdge as Madeleine. Jonathan Watton as Robert. Peter DaCunha as Danny. Peyton Kennedy as Jenny.

Casey Adams as Paul. Angela Trimbur as Jess. Morgan Krantz as Jay. Kyle Allen as Andy. Mike Doyle as Chet.

Brenda Wehle as Principal Jenks. Morgan Peter Brown as Mr. Lisa Renee Pitts as Kelly Withers. Lisa Costanza as Female Onlooker.

Ruben Pla as Male Patron. Curt Cornelius as Dr. March 21, Full Review…. March 2, Rating: 2. February 17, Rating: 2. February 16, Full Review….

May 4, Full Review…. August 14, Full Review…. July 20, Rating: 2. View All Critic Reviews Jun 30, XX is the first horror anthology comprised entirely of female writers and directors.

That's the most noteworthy thing for this relatively disappointing movie. None of the four main segments are that interesting and several don't really have endings.

The first segment has the most potential, "The Box," about a child that stops eating after getting a peak inside a stranger's wrapped gift.

The family joins him one by one except for the mother. That's it. There's no resolution, one moment of shocking gore, and the rest is straightforward maternal ennui.

The second is from musician St. Melanie Lynskey Togetherness is an overextended mother who discovers the dead body of her husband on the morning of their daughter's birthday.

She has to go to elaborate measures to hide the body while still juggling all the responsibilities others expect from her. It's amusing in spurts but is often too obvious.

The third segment "Don't Fall" is the most professionally realized and has some nasty special effects, but it's nothing more than another throwaway entry in the teens-meddle-with-forces-in-nature-and-are-swiftly-punished subgenre.

It's the shortest segment so that helps too. The segment reveals its secrets slowly, which makes it a more engaging short to digest. However, it too ends on a perfunctory note.

I know there are many talented female filmmakers out there biding their time, waiting for their chance to show their mettle in genre filmmaking, an area that skews heavily male.

That's what makes XX so frustrating. There has to be better material and better filmmakers out there who would kill for this kind of showcase.

Maybe next time XX2? Nate's Grade: C. Nate Z Super Reviewer. Jun 27, I'm honestly starting to think that anthology horror movies might be my favorite sub-genre in all of horror.

And, really, it can't even be called an actual genre, per se, since the actual content of each short could, and should, be completely different from one another.

That's part of the fun of anthology films, seeing what different filmmakers if you do decide to have different filmmakers can come up with.

I will say, however, that the best anthology movie I've ever seen Wild Tales was written and directed by one person, so there's also something to be said for that.

I also do think that part of what I like about the concept is the fact that there's no real limitation to what you can do. Since you only a very limited amount of time, your short can pretty much be anything you want it to be.

In many ways, you could say that, while you have a limited amount of time, you have great creative freedom. But, as with many anthology films, the fact of the matter is that the it is difficult to always find a consistent tone.

Because you simply do not know what you're gonna get. You could have one great short in your anthology film. Or have of them could be good and the other half suck.

There's no real quality control when it comes to these movies. This brings us to this flick and it, pretty much, falls right into the trap associated with the genre.

The shorts themselves just aren't consistent. Since none of them are really long, I'll go over each segment of the film one by one and provide my thoughts.

The Box: We start off with a short that, honestly, was a bit of a mixed bag for me. Basically, Danny, while riding on a train with his mother and sister, sees this man holding this red box that he describes as a gift.

Danny, being a bit of nosy dumbass, asks what's inside. His mother casually chastises him for asking. The man says it's ok and shows Danny what's inside.

After this, Danny decides to simply stop eating what he is given, as he says he is not hungry. The mother, at first, isn't particularly worried, even when it's obvious that there's a problem.

About a week or so after this, Danny tells his sister what he saw in the box and then she goes through the exact same thing.

She refuses to eat what is given to her. Later afterwards, the father coaxes Danny to tell him what he saw in the box. And, you guessed it, the father stops eating as well.

Eventually these three just waste away until they all die of starvation at the hospital. Not at the same time, but they all die relatively close together.

After this, the mother decides to find this man that showed her son the box and then the short ends. First things first, this isn't really much of a horror short.

There's no legit horror here outside of a dream sequence where the mother is having parts of her body eaten by her family at their dinner table.

The film toys with the idea of the content in the box, quite literally, being nothing as a concept or an idea. I suppose the short could be interpreted as women's, since every short in the film is told from a female perspective, need to conform to society's standards to be skinny, since that is what is pushed everywhere.

I get that, and it's a good enough concept, but I just found this whole short to be a little dull. Nothing much happened, it was too languid to start off an anthology.

But that's just me. It's not bad, but it's not what I would call good. The Birthday Party: To be perfectly honest, if I would have started the anthology with this one, since this might actually be the best short of them all.

It's not even a conventional horror short, but you wanna start off with a bang and this movie certainly does that. Perhaps not literally, but it's pretty great.

Basically, Mary is holding this birthday party for her daughter and she believes that her husband, the girl's father naturally, won't be home in time.

Much to her surprise, her nanny or something, tells Mary that her husband's car was outside. Searching for him, she finds him in his office, dead from an apparent suicide.

Essentially, the segment boils down to Mary trying to hide the body from everybody in order to keep her daughter's birthday party from being cancelled due to a corpse.

I mean, why spoil a little girl's birthday party just because of a corpse? He'll still be dead when the party is over, right? This segment is more darkly comedic, as if it wasn't obvious, as Mary is dragging this body around trying to conceal it from her daughter to not scar her for life and everyone else so they don't call the cops.

Eventually, she buys this panda costume off of a guy that was meant to sing a birthday song to her daughter. Mary puts her husband in the costume and sits him down at the table where the party is taking place.

There are children around her, celebrating, partying, while her husband, in the panda suit, is just sitting ther, head slouched and dead.

It comes to pass that someone knocks the head off of the panda suit and, yes, all of the children start to scream in terror. It was tremendous.

So, yes, her attempts to keep her daughter from being scarred for life backfired and ended with every child at the birthday party being scarred for life.

And the real title of the movie at the end of the short was tremendous as well. Just a great, great short. Melanie Lynskey is great as always. I loved every second of this, but the ending takes it up a notch.

This is what you start on. Not like The Box, which was dull and a little boring. Don't Fall: This will probably end up being the shortest of the individual reviews, since this short only goes like 10 minutes and there's not even that much to it.

This group of friends are on an expedition out in the desert. While there, they find this cave painting of an evil spirit.

Later in the night, while the friends are camping, the same spirit takes over the body of one of the people on this expedition, Gretchen to be exact.

This evil spirit does not have the best of intentions, naturally speaking, and it starts attacking the rest of the group. This segment of the film is definitely the most straightforward of the bunch.

And, really, it might also be the worst of them all. At 10 minutes, it's not like it can be that bad, but it just didn't do anything for me.

Say what you will about other shorts in the film, but at least it came across as if there was some sort of ambition to try to do something different.

Again, there's no limitations. You could have sold this movie just on the fact that it's an anthology film. There are people out there who'll watch any horror anthology film they can find like yours truly.

I love Anthologies and I love horror. So this had to be a dream come true, right? It was more like a nightmare.

A really lame and boring one. The movie consists of 4 short stories intertwined by an awesome abstract stop-motion animation. And let me tell you: the tiny pieces of it are wonderful.

It's by far the best thing on this ill- conceived "horror" film. It has nothing to do with any of the stories though. And since we're in the subject Well, OK Don't get me wrong.

One of the stories the first one has A LOT of potential for greatness as a full featured film. The second and the fourth one are "alright" as little quirky tales although unoriginal and poorly acted.

The third one is just pure run-of-the-mill garbage. The problem with all of them is that they're not good.

At all. Oh, and NONE of the stories is scary. Not even a little bit. Even the first one, by far the best of them all, has enough problems to push true horror fans right into madness.

This movie not only asks you to suspend your disbelief. It asks for you to be lobotomized and shut every single functioning brain cell down.

There's simply no other way to "enjoy" it because at some points it's absolute nonsense. The cinematography and editing are meh. The FX are C-grade.

The acting goes from average to utterly awful. At best. And the writing is amateurish and lazy. The only redeeming quality in this almost empty movie is the very brief aforementioned stop-motion animation.

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Movie Info. XX is a new all-female helmed horror anthology featuring four dark tales written and directed by fiercely talented women: Annie Clark St.

May 23, Natalie Brown as Susan. Melanie Lynskey as Mary. Breeda Wool as Gretchen. Christina Kirk as Cora. Sanai Victoria as Lucy.

Sheila Vand as Carla. Lindsay Burdge as Madeleine. Jonathan Watton as Robert. Peter DaCunha as Danny. Peyton Kennedy as Jenny. Casey Adams as Paul.

Angela Trimbur as Jess. Morgan Krantz as Jay. Kyle Allen as Andy. Mike Doyle as Chet. Brenda Wehle as Principal Jenks. Morgan Peter Brown as Mr.

Lisa Renee Pitts as Kelly Withers. Lisa Costanza as Female Onlooker. Ruben Pla as Male Patron. Curt Cornelius as Dr.

March 21, Full Review…. March 2, Rating: 2. February 17, Rating: 2. February 16, Full Review…. May 4, Full Review…. August 14, Full Review….

July 20, Rating: 2. View All Critic Reviews Jun 30, XX is the first horror anthology comprised entirely of female writers and directors.

That's the most noteworthy thing for this relatively disappointing movie. None of the four main segments are that interesting and several don't really have endings.

The first segment has the most potential, "The Box," about a child that stops eating after getting a peak inside a stranger's wrapped gift.

The family joins him one by one except for the mother. That's it. There's no resolution, one moment of shocking gore, and the rest is straightforward maternal ennui.

The second is from musician St. Melanie Lynskey Togetherness is an overextended mother who discovers the dead body of her husband on the morning of their daughter's birthday.

She has to go to elaborate measures to hide the body while still juggling all the responsibilities others expect from her.

It's amusing in spurts but is often too obvious. The third segment "Don't Fall" is the most professionally realized and has some nasty special effects, but it's nothing more than another throwaway entry in the teens-meddle-with-forces-in-nature-and-are-swiftly-punished subgenre.

It's the shortest segment so that helps too. The segment reveals its secrets slowly, which makes it a more engaging short to digest.

However, it too ends on a perfunctory note. I know there are many talented female filmmakers out there biding their time, waiting for their chance to show their mettle in genre filmmaking, an area that skews heavily male.

That's what makes XX so frustrating. There has to be better material and better filmmakers out there who would kill for this kind of showcase.

Maybe next time XX2? Nate's Grade: C. Nate Z Super Reviewer. Jun 27, I'm honestly starting to think that anthology horror movies might be my favorite sub-genre in all of horror.

And, really, it can't even be called an actual genre, per se, since the actual content of each short could, and should, be completely different from one another.

That's part of the fun of anthology films, seeing what different filmmakers if you do decide to have different filmmakers can come up with.

I will say, however, that the best anthology movie I've ever seen Wild Tales was written and directed by one person, so there's also something to be said for that.

I also do think that part of what I like about the concept is the fact that there's no real limitation to what you can do. Since you only a very limited amount of time, your short can pretty much be anything you want it to be.

In many ways, you could say that, while you have a limited amount of time, you have great creative freedom. But, as with many anthology films, the fact of the matter is that the it is difficult to always find a consistent tone.

Because you simply do not know what you're gonna get. You could have one great short in your anthology film. Or have of them could be good and the other half suck.

There's no real quality control when it comes to these movies. This brings us to this flick and it, pretty much, falls right into the trap associated with the genre.

The shorts themselves just aren't consistent. Since none of them are really long, I'll go over each segment of the film one by one and provide my thoughts.

The Box: We start off with a short that, honestly, was a bit of a mixed bag for me. Basically, Danny, while riding on a train with his mother and sister, sees this man holding this red box that he describes as a gift.

Danny, being a bit of nosy dumbass, asks what's inside. His mother casually chastises him for asking. The man says it's ok and shows Danny what's inside.

After this, Danny decides to simply stop eating what he is given, as he says he is not hungry. The mother, at first, isn't particularly worried, even when it's obvious that there's a problem.

About a week or so after this, Danny tells his sister what he saw in the box and then she goes through the exact same thing. She refuses to eat what is given to her.

Later afterwards, the father coaxes Danny to tell him what he saw in the box. And, you guessed it, the father stops eating as well.

Eventually these three just waste away until they all die of starvation at the hospital. Not at the same time, but they all die relatively close together.

After this, the mother decides to find this man that showed her son the box and then the short ends. First things first, this isn't really much of a horror short.

There's no legit horror here outside of a dream sequence where the mother is having parts of her body eaten by her family at their dinner table.

The film toys with the idea of the content in the box, quite literally, being nothing as a concept or an idea.

I suppose the short could be interpreted as women's, since every short in the film is told from a female perspective, need to conform to society's standards to be skinny, since that is what is pushed everywhere.

I get that, and it's a good enough concept, but I just found this whole short to be a little dull. Nothing much happened, it was too languid to start off an anthology.

But that's just me. It's not bad, but it's not what I would call good. The Birthday Party: To be perfectly honest, if I would have started the anthology with this one, since this might actually be the best short of them all.

It's not even a conventional horror short, but you wanna start off with a bang and this movie certainly does that.

Perhaps not literally, but it's pretty great. Basically, Mary is holding this birthday party for her daughter and she believes that her husband, the girl's father naturally, won't be home in time.

Much to her surprise, her nanny or something, tells Mary that her husband's car was outside. Searching for him, she finds him in his office, dead from an apparent suicide.

Essentially, the segment boils down to Mary trying to hide the body from everybody in order to keep her daughter's birthday party from being cancelled due to a corpse.

I mean, why spoil a little girl's birthday party just because of a corpse? He'll still be dead when the party is over, right?

This segment is more darkly comedic, as if it wasn't obvious, as Mary is dragging this body around trying to conceal it from her daughter to not scar her for life and everyone else so they don't call the cops.

Eventually, she buys this panda costume off of a guy that was meant to sing a birthday song to her daughter. Mary puts her husband in the costume and sits him down at the table where the party is taking place.

There are children around her, celebrating, partying, while her husband, in the panda suit, is just sitting ther, head slouched and dead.

It comes to pass that someone knocks the head off of the panda suit and, yes, all of the children start to scream in terror. It was tremendous.

So, yes, her attempts to keep her daughter from being scarred for life backfired and ended with every child at the birthday party being scarred for life.

And the real title of the movie at the end of the short was tremendous as well. Just a great, great short. Melanie Lynskey is great as always.

I loved every second of this, but the ending takes it up a notch. This is what you start on. Not like The Box, which was dull and a little boring.

Don't Fall: This will probably end up being the shortest of the individual reviews, since this short only goes like 10 minutes and there's not even that much to it.

This group of friends are on an expedition out in the desert. While there, they find this cave painting of an evil spirit.

Later in the night, while the friends are camping, the same spirit takes over the body of one of the people on this expedition, Gretchen to be exact.

This evil spirit does not have the best of intentions, naturally speaking, and it starts attacking the rest of the group. This segment of the film is definitely the most straightforward of the bunch.

And, really, it might also be the worst of them all. At 10 minutes, it's not like it can be that bad, but it just didn't do anything for me.

Say what you will about other shorts in the film, but at least it came across as if there was some sort of ambition to try to do something different.

Again, there's no limitations. You could have sold this movie just on the fact that it's an anthology film. There are people out there who'll watch any horror anthology film they can find like yours truly.

You don't sell this film based on the actual content, the anthology aspect of it is what sells. I mean, hopefully, it ends up being a good movie.

A shit movie, anthology or not, is a shit movie and that's gonna affect how many eyes are on it. But the point I'm trying to make is that you should just try something wacky and out of the box.

The risk is worth the reward if it pays off and if it doesn't, hey, at least you made the effort. And that's what I don't like about this short, it's not particularly good, but it's also got a predictable concept that's been played out in horror.

There's nothing special or unique about this. Very disappointing and, if you're gonna pick and choose which shorts to watch, leave this one off.

Her Only Living Son: This is probably my second favorite short of the bunch. That isn't saying much, of course, since there's only four of them.

But I really liked this one regardless. Cora's rebellious son is about turn 18 and she hopes to make it special for him.

Her son is a bit of a dick, though. Cora goes to the school to meet with the principal about an incident her son had with another student.

Apparently, during an argument, he ripped another student's fingernails clean off. Like he just tore them off, they don't actually show this, but can you even imagine the pain that must have caused.

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