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2015 3.0/5 NR SuperHD 96 minutes

A group of tough Turkish lawmen answer a call from a remote town and stumble into a gory Black Mass that appears to be occurring literally in Hell.

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Görkem Kasal, Ergun Kuyucu, Muharrem Bayrak, Fatih Dokgöz, Sabahattin Yakut, Mehmet Cerrahoglu Directed by Can Evrenol

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Rotten Tomatoes® Scores
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Hey, Nicolas Winding Refn: this is how it's done.

Tom Huddleston, Time Out, 2016-07-11

 

Part art film slow burn and part extreme splatterfest, Baskin is best enjoyed as a movie that features the memorable image of a man gouging out someone's eyeball with a knife and then French-kissing the bloody socket.

Alison Willmore, BuzzFeed News, 2016-04-01

 

The pacing is slack and the splatter excessive, but this twisted cross-genre exercise should be red meat to gore-hounds.

Noel Murray, Los Angeles Times, 2016-03-31

 

A torture-gore blowout that rises above pure nausea with an intriguing blur of possible realities.

Tom Keogh, Seattle Times, 2016-03-31

 

"Baskin" is a perfectly imbalanced mix of chilly atmosphere, heavy-handed symbolism, and familiar horror-movie tropes.

Simon Abrams, RogerEbert.com, 2016-03-25

 

Tickling the mind even as it lurches the gut, "Baskin," a stylish, shape-shifting horror film from Turkey, pulls a bait-and-switch.

Ben Kenigsberg, New York Times, 2016-03-24

 

Evrenol shoots all of this artfully, imbuing everything from a police van broken down by the side of a road to a man having his intestines slowly pulled out with a certain eerie beauty.

Katie Rife, AV Club, 2016-03-24

 

Its initial promise dissipates in a muddle of repetitious phantasmagoria and too little narrative or character development.

Dennis Harvey, Variety, 2016-03-07

 

[Baskin] offers little in the way of narrative involvement or scares but doesn't stint on sustained, stylized revulsion.

David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter, 2016-03-07