REVIEW: ‘Husk’

Scary scarecrow is scary... kinda in 'Husk".
Scary scarecrow is scary... kinda in 'Husk".
Scary scarecrow is scary... kinda in 'Husk".

Stop me if you’ve heard this one.

Let me tell you about the horror movie with the bunch of pretty kids who get waylaid somewhere out in the country where there is no cell service and then are attacked by some being of a vaguely supernatural nature. Through a series of bonehead moves, most of them die and just when it might look like one will escape, the bloodthirsty evil rears its head and casts its shadow over the ending.

Familiar story? The trick in telling old stories (or old jokes) is to change them up a bit and give us something that we aren’t expecting. When you don’t and you choose to foist old chestnuts on the public, you are considered a bit of a bore – or at the very least, the people who brought us “Husk”.

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