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Ponsoldt taps into nostalgia as the jumping-off point for a movie that ultimately goes nowhere, with underdeveloped characters whose stories never gel.

Draped in a haze of uncertainty, with writer/director Michel Franco obscuring key details at the outset to keep the audience in a state of partial awareness.

When an old property achieves new life, it’s because of better creative decisions than the ones made by the men and women behind the fifth "Scream".