I can promise you: I will never forget, as long as I live, that Madison and Gabriel share the same brain.
These visions involve gruesome murders perpetrated by a mysterious figure named Gabriel. To Wallis’ Madison, they first seem like nightmares.
There’s no way this film, and that loopy final act, doesn’t go down in history as a classic of WTFery cinema.
It upends the film’s final act and turns Malignant from a standard-issue slasher into something much more outlandish and much more fun.
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