Critic Consensus: If its chilly sense of dread never quite becomes spine-tingling terror, Amulet remains smart, solidly disquieting fun for genre fans seeking slow-building horror.
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...the most technically ambitious of these films, and through the first two-thirds, at least, it's jaggedly compelling...
Amulet is more than the sum of its visual frights. Garai sets you up to expect one kind of movie, but she's made something else entirely...
Suffused with plenty of gross-out, phantasmagoric body horror but short on actual spine-tingling scares, the handsomely-produced Amulet asserts Garai more as a gifted genre stylist than a savvy storyteller.
The movie casts a grim sort of spell; a brooding, stifled dread that creeps in quietly from the margins, and lingers long after the last triumphant frame.
This is Garai's feature directing debut, and it is as satisfying as it is promising, despite an unfortunate wind down.
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