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Review: “Dead Of Winter” Emerges From The Cold Through Half A Dozen Stylistic Influences

Parading half a Dozen Stylistic Influences, Dead of Winter’s component parts don’t quite match-up harmoniously – a sign of the numerous directors who worked on the film – yet this hammy thriller boasts a distinct charm that’s most obviously witnessed in the game performances of Mary Steenburgen and Roddy McDowall. Curiously arriving the same year as Stephen King’s novel Misery which shares some of the film’s traits, credited director Arthur Penn’s chilling tale sees Steenburgen’s Katie McGovern find herself at the whim of Dr. Joseph Lewis (Jan Rubes) and his partner-in-crime, Mr. Murray (McDowall), who use her as a pawn […]

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