Film Review | Carrie
Billed as a thriller-horror, Carrie is devoid of scares, compounded by mediocre special effects
Stephen King’s novel Carrie was published in 1974 and first imagined for film by Brian De Palma in 1976 (starring Sissy Spacek in the titular role). It has been remade once more, but it’s hard to believe that Kimberly Peirce, the director behind the celebrated Boys Don’t Cry, is at the helm of this uninspired remake.
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