Critic Consensus: Uneven yet steadily absorbing, Resurrection benefits greatly from Rebecca Hall's outstanding work in the leading role.
Critic Reviews for Resurrection
Without exactly revolutionising the form, Semans's debut delivers an unsettling tale of psychological torment and the kind of creeping dread and shocking climax that hallmarks some of the best horror.
The mysteries of their connection have to be seen to be believed, but Hall and Roth's transfixing work helps ground the rising madness of Resurrection.
Resurrection narratively collapses at times under the weight of unrealistic behavior and overly stylized filmmaking, but never loses its emotional intensity because of Rebecca Hall and Tim Roth.
The film is one of the more intrinsically frightening evocations of a traumatized mind since Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.
Sound like fun? It isn't, but it does give Hall a chance to portray yet another character in extremis, and she is phenomenal.
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