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Film review: ‘The Boat’ a white-knuckle lost-at-sea tale with a horror twist
The Boat is a beautifully shot, well performed, and sharply edited thriller. It sails into uncharted territory and proves to be one of the year's best surprises. Hold fast!
A Chilling Boat Ride
It is to the Azzopardis' credit that they maintain the aura of mystery until the very end, but one cannot help but ask the question: are they already thinking of The Return of The Boat?
'The Boat': Review
As the only man on screen, and with minimal dialogue, Joe Azzopardi commands attention from the off.
‘Christine’ Takes to the High Seas in Claustrophobic ‘The Boat’
The Boat is never boring; and that is saying something for a film that includes a 30-minute sequence where the protagonist is locked in a bathroom.
Fantastic Fest 2018 Review Round-Up: TUMBBAD, CAM, and THE BOAT
It's a film that cleverly turns some of the film's elements, like water and the ship itself, into a ferocious monster that forces our protagonist to exhibit some quick thinking in order to survive his unbelievable experiences upon a sea-faring vehicle.
‘The Boat’ Review: A Must-See Fight for Survival Against Extraordinary Odds
Ranks easily among the year's best horror films, best adventure films, and best films period. Welcome aboard indeed.
THE BOAT is a Slowburn Survival Thriller With a Supernatural... Boat
It’s a survival story. A ghost story. A legend. A glimpse at a story told at a thousand ports. A thousand small, seaside towns. Beware The Boat that sails itself.
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