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Actors of "Contracted"
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Directors of "Contracted"Eric EnglandBirthdate: 23 February 1988, Russellville, Arkansas, USA
Creators of "Contracted"Eric EnglandBirthdate: 23 February 1988, Russellville, Arkansas, USA
Critic Reviews of "Contracted"New York TimesNovember 21, 2013
The ending to this fable misses the opportunity for broader metaphorical resonance, but getting there has its own unnerving rewards.Los Angeles TimesNovember 21, 2013
"Contracted" can best be described as "Contagion" meets "Blue Is the Warmest Color," without all those explicit sex scenes.Village VoiceNovember 19, 2013
There's no payoff to the paranoia.VarietyNovember 18, 2013
A body-horror opus that will satisfy genre fans who like to be grossed out, but doesn't have much to offer on any other count.Daily DeadJanuary 08, 2016
A thoughtful and wonderfully cringe-inducing body horror story, Contracted is an often frightening and nasty exploration of isolation and desperation that grabs hold from the start and doesn't let up until the film's bitter conclusion.Cinema CrazedApril 04, 2014
A very adult and straight faced glimpse at an ugly human being rotting from the inside out...QuickflixFebruary 04, 2014
Contracted is an efficiently icky, gross-out exercise in body horror that should please fans of this kind of thing. Still, the lack of any substance below the surface is ultimately too frustrating to ignore.OregonianDecember 10, 2013
Our inability to identify with [Townshend] means we can't identify with the film's central horror, and thus "Contracted" isn't all that unsettling.Chicago Daily HeraldDecember 05, 2013
By being the director/writer and co-producer, England the writer didn't have an independent director to say, "Hey, the ending needs to be stronger!" or "What's the movie saying about lesbians having sex with men?"HollywoodChicago.comNovember 28, 2013
None of it feels remotely believable but also isn't broadly defined enough to be satire, falling in that dull gap in the middle.Dread CentralNovember 27, 2013
Contracted goes all-out on the gross-out.The DissolveNovember 20, 2013
It's hard to make out what, if anything, writer-director Eric England is trying to say about the fragility of the flesh with Contracted, which amounts to little more than a slow-motion replay of The Fly's central gross-out.
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