Aftershock Blu-ray Review

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“Gore hound Eli Roth’s name is scattered across promotional material as producer and star, the film itself tepid by Roth’s eye-peeling standards. Grown marketing expectations only serve to dwindle Aftershock’s level headed reality. Hungarian actress Osvart takes the piece as her own, survivalist instincts and emotional peaks creating elements amongst this film’s most memorable. It’s not the pervasive bloodshed which carries this surface level drama.”

Read my full Aftershock Blu-ray review at DoBlu

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