‘Antlers’ review: Terrifying monster takes back seat to human horror

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The Detroit News

Oregon looks miserable in “Antlers.” Everything looks miserable in “Antlers,” a dark, moody and deeply effective horror outing, where the gloom of the real world — full of people processing or escaping the various traumas in their life through alcohol, opioids or hard-fought avoidance of both — is just as frightening as the monster at its center. That monster is kept mostly hidden, a mystery waiting in the shadows until the film’s jarring, intense conclusion. “Antlers” is by no means a fun experience, it’s not the kind of horror film you watch while making fun of what’s on screen, but it’s one…

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