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July 11, 2014 2:21 PM

‘Strain’ feels the strain of an overloaded script

The problem with horror, as with most film and TV genre templates, is that because everything’s been done already, writers get nervous and throw in too many extraneous ideas, as if in desperation to find something jaded fans might latch onto.

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