Splinter” proves you don’t need torture racks (“Saw”), masked killers (“Halloween”) or even a shaky video camera (“The Blair Witch Project”) to give us the creeps.
The new film spins on a blissfully simple premise. Four people get stuck in a Kwik-E-Mart style shop while something nasty waits outside, eager to break in.
When an uncomplicated concept is well executed, that’s all you really need.
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