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April 29, 2009

A pure horror film masterpiece, and slasher fans would be best to acknowledge it.
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July 19, 2007

A mini-masterpiece... one of the best indie films in recent memory.
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August 09, 2007

Other than displaying a textbook awareness of its ancestors, Behind the Mask offers next to nothing
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June 27, 2015

...it's ultimately the underwhelming execution that confirms the movie's place as an almost total misfire.
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August 04, 2008

A rather funny "Scream"-like cross between a mockumentary and a direct-to-video slasher movie, "Behind the Mask: The Rise of Leslie Vernon" is custom-made for horror fans, but it isn't remotely scary and people that aren't already steeped in the lore of t
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New York Daily News
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March 16, 2007

If Scott Glosserman's witty slasher spoof had celebrities, it would probably be a success like Scream or Scary Movie. As an indie, it's more apt to be a cult fave. Either way, it's a must for those who like thrills laced with humor.
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[A] terrific little pearl of a satiric horror-comedy.
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution

March 22, 2007

A deconstructionist horror comedy that owes a debt to Scream and the 1992 Belgian film Man Bites Dog, Mask nevertheless has enough pitch-perfect wit to lay claim to its own patch of postmodern, movie-loving snarkiness.
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Detroit Free Press
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March 16, 2007

There is a lot of cleverness at work here, especially when the movie switches from the Blair Witch-style shaky camera to more accomplished and atmospheric low-budget lensing.
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March 16, 2007

[Director] Glosserman can't match the wit of Scream, the fright of The Blair Witch Project or the satire of journalism seen in Series 7.
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New York Post

March 16, 2007

The script's laughs are too widely spaced. Even before the plot takes a third-act turn into the land of kill-by-the-numbers slasher movies, the jokes drip when they should be gushing.
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Seattle Times
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March 16, 2007

About two-thirds in, the movie shifts gears disastrously. Made me want to haul someone into the cutting room for revenge.
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