The Neon Dead
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An unemployed recent college grad hires two freelance paranormal exterminators to combat a monster infestation in her new home.... (Full plot summary below)

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An unemployed recent college grad hires two freelance paranormal exterminators to combat a monster infestation in her new home.

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The Telegraph - 10/10 by Robbie CollinWhen the film reaches its logical end point, Refn just keeps pushing, and eventually lands on a sequence so jaw-dropping...that all you can do is howl or cheer.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by A.A. DowdStyle doesn’t triumph over substance in The Neon Demon. It devours it.
Miami Herald - 8/10 by Rene RodriguezThe Neon Demon is a voluptuous provocation, a stylish free-fall down a gonzo rabbit hole that is as entrancing as it is maddening. Here is a rarity in this season of summer movie doldrums: A film that is guaranteed to elicit strong reactions.
Austin Chronicle - 8/10 by Josh KupeckiHe's like the bizarro version of Wes Anderson’s same meticulous attention to detail, but while you can tell Anderson wants to entertain you with a story, Refn is clearly more interested in mood and highly stylized provocation. With The Neon Demon, he more or less succeeds.
Salon - 8/10 by Andrew O'HehirIf you want a movie that eviscerates “The Hunger” and eats its bloody insides while daring you to look away, here it is.
Los Angeles Times - 8/10 by Justin ChangLanguorously paced and literally dressed to kill, the movie is a corrosive attack on beauty — or at least our soulless, corporatized definition of the term — but it is also, above all else, a hypnotically beautiful object.
ScreenCrush - 8/10 by Britt HayesSet to an electrifying score by frequent Refn collaborator Cliff Martinez (which may be his best yet), The Neon Demon is as deceptive as shattered glass, with a brilliant beauty so mesmerizing that you don’t notice its murderously sharp edges until you’re bleeding all over the floor.
The Playlist - 8/10 by Jessica KiangSpectacular, gross and delicious (so unsavory it’s almost sweet), the film is more proof of Refn’s mastery of his trash aesthetic and more fun than anything this indulgent and empty-headed has any right to be.
Consequence of Sound - 8/10 by Michael RoffmanThis is a film predicated on voyeurism, and while it’s arguably another big ol’ starefest from Refn, the viewer’s patience is earned with unquestionable tension made all the more palpable by its troubled protagonist.
IndieWire - 7/10 by Eric KohnWhile always an amusingly twisted ride, The Neon Demon is marred by pensive stares and monotone monologues about superficial desires that drag on, and on. Fortunately, Refn treasures shock value over all else, and his movie delivers on that promise with a depraved third act.

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