“Brice and company get too tied up in the character comedy for ‘Corporate Animals’ to work as a satire (or to really say anything at all), and the televisual filmmaking isn’t helped by a plotline that could have been a single episode of ‘The Office.'”
“Horror fans may need to adjust their expectations if they’re looking for more frights than laughs.”
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“The Buñuelian meets the Duplassian in The Overnight, a chamber comedy of social and sexual manners from director Patrick Brice (2014’s Creep).”
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“An interesting, indie-minded horror, Creep’s simplicity adds to its effectiveness as a taught, jarring film.”