Mark-Paul Gosselaar

Film Review: The Portrait appears as a fresh piece of horror art thanks to the sum of all its creators within.

Making his feature-length debut, director Simon Ross proves a capable genre helmer with The Portrait, which, initially, expresses its terror through the artwork that sits in the attic (where else?) of the expansive mansion that serves as the film’s lead location. Why it proves unsettling to the film’s tortured heroine, Sofia (Natalia Córdova-Buckley, committed to…

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