Skinamarink (2022)

Directed by Kyle Edward Ball


So much has been written that there isn’t really much left to say. I’ll leave you with some recommendations that should help you get the most out of this film:

  • Try to watch this film as distraction-free as possible.
  • Lights out.
  • No other audio.
  • If you’re watching with others, try not to talk during the film.
  • Turn on captions/subtitles. Without them you may not understand some of the dialog. Additionally, I found it much scarier when I heard something and subtitles would pop up telling me what the sound actually was.

I follow these rules with virtually every film I watch, but it’s especially important with Skinamarink. The pace is glacial, to say the least. As expected, many Horror fans have been very vocal about just how slow this film is, but I find it absolutely necessary for the story. It’s all about making the viewer come closer. Pulling them into the room with Kaylee, Kevin, and whatever else might be lurking in the darkness.

If you can be patient and succumb to the atmosphere, you might just find yourself experiencing something like you’ve never experienced before.

— B

My rating: 8/10

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