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Ironside... excellently exudes an old-man smell and no-nonsense-allowed temperament.
While you're watching, helmer Michael Peterson effectively earns suspension of disbelief with stark atmospherics, solid performances and a persuasive escalation of panic.
For the most part, this is a tautly constructed exercise in suspense, set among striking-looking snowbound fields and farmhouses.
The film uses the darkness in people and creates something chilling, using the capacities of its cast to their best.
Knuckleball ends up falling into a subcategory of horror films that I like to call "music-dependent." Take away Michelle Osis and David Arcus' scary-sounding score, in other words, and the film's myriad flaws become woefully apparent.
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