In Michael Wong’s bite-sized horror, tattoos are always painful. [Screaming] I don’t often review films that can be watched, end credits and all, in less time than it takes for the kettle to boil. Mostly because not a lot of films exist that fit this criteria: after all it’s kind of difficult to fit your … Continue reading The Tattooist
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