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The movie follows detective Bruce Kenner as he investigates the case of John Gray who admits to sexually abusing his 17-year-old daughter, Angela, but has no recollection of it. Renowned psychologist Dr. Raines is brought in to help him relive his memories and what they discover unmasks a horrifying nationwide mystery.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
A disposable genre movie that cannot scare, convince, or enlighten.
February 06, 2016
The Straits Times (Singapore)
This is a college essay about religion dressed up as drama. Grade: F.
May 25, 2016
South China Morning Post
Despite its Euro-gothic pretensions, the film struggles to sell its far-fetched premise and is further hobbled by a slew of unconvincing performances.
May 30, 2016
Common Sense Media
This is a movie that, because it deals with secrets, promises thrills and possibly a measure of terror; but, in fact, everything is based on an anti-climax, and the result is a resounding "so what?"
March 02, 2016
Paste Magazine
Amenábar's film can barely lay out its faith-vs.-science-vs.-reason conflicts, much less employ them for critical purposes.
February 11, 2016
The Film Stage
Absurdity turns quickly to boredom.
February 19, 2016
This allegedly fact-based tale of Satanic suspicions in small-town Minnesota is potboiler material at best, threatening far twistier terrors than those it predictably delivers.
September 19, 2015
New York Times
Tripped up by its subject matter, the movie is ultimately a tepid and frustrating experience.
February 05, 2016
Los Angeles Times
Well-intended seriousness dismantles "Regression," a not-exactly-horror horror movie that's also a mystery with no mystery.
February 05, 2016