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Under The Shadow (Movie Review)

PLOT: An unhappily bereaving mother in war-torn Tehran must protect her young daughter from a deleterious Djinn that has infiltrated their home. REVIEW: Featured two months ago on our list of Most Anticipated Genre Flicks to see this autumn, all I really knew about UNDER THE SHADOW, aside from boasting one of the best horror titles in some time, was that it had been garnering unanimously positive festival.
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