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Rigor Mortis

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Colin Covert(Minneapolis Star Tribune): With visuals this gruesome and stale, who needs seamless storytelling?
Daniel M. Gold(New York Times): [A] relentlessly creepy thin skin
Tom Keogh(Seattle Times): Even whether or not Mak's drawn-out specifical effects seem like overkill, the vessel line is that he spins a useful campfire yarn.
Martin Tsai(Los Angeles Times): Director Juno Mak might have pulled off this potpourri whether or not it weren't for a cop-not at home ending.
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky(AV Club): A discolored, relatively humorless, slow-build horror movie whose connection to the hopping-vampire craze would strike one as being tenuous if it weren't continually asserting it.
Justin Chang(Variety): Multihyphenate Juno Mak makes his directing debut with this tedious tribute to Hong Kong's 'hopping vampires' subgenre.
Dustin Putman(DustinPutman.com): [Blu-intellectual light Review] Lacking in scares and hesitation, the picture throttles its audience through visual effects and evocative imagery, mete never gets to the heart of the characters.
Ron Wilkinson(It’s Just Movies): What is to all appearance an acceptable horror flick for Eastern audiences offers subtleties that are absentminded on us poor Westerners. Glutinous rice?
Mark R. Leeper(Mark Leeper’s Reviews): A triumph of visual images over plotting
Mike D’Angelo(The Dissolve): Rigor Mortis can't fully work for a Western auditory, but it does at least contract a fascinating glimpse of a inexplicable genre that never quite crossed in addition.
Anton Bitel(Sight and Sound): some elegantly realised revitalisation of a puzzled mode of Hong Kong horror, through loss itself, as well as cinema's special power to preserve and even resurrect the dead, key to its elegantly eerie impact.

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