‘Censor’ Review: A Horror-Homage to the ‘Video Nasty’ That Isn’t Quite Nasty Enough

The premise of Prano Bailey-Bond’s Sundance Midnight selection opener is so strong that it’s little wonder the film can’t quite live up — or perhaps down — to it: In a Thatcher’s Britain riven by tabloid-fueled “video nasty” hysteria, a young woman working for the national censorship board is assessing a horror flick, when it […]

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