You can’t edit reality.
Bloody Disgusting’s head critic Meagan Navarro raved about director Prano Bailey-Bond‘s directorial feature debut Censor out of Sundance earlier this year, writing that the film “marks the introduction of a bold new voice in horror.” She adds, “Bailey-Bond’s confident feature debut is an intense love letter to the genre, one that feels refreshingly protective of horror.”
After a brief theatrical run, Censor is now available on all VOD platforms from Magnet Releasing and Bloody Disgusting is celebrating with an exclusive alternate poster that warns viewers to separate fiction from reality.
In Censor, “Film censor Enid (Niamh Algar) takes pride in her meticulous work, guarding unsuspecting audiences from the deleterious effects of watching the gore-filled decapitations and eye gougings she pores over. Her sense of duty to protect is amplified by guilt over her inability to recall details of the long-ago disappearance of her sister, recently declared dead in absentia. When Enid is assigned to review a disturbing film from the archive that echoes her hazy childhood memories, she begins to unravel how this eerie work might be tied to her past.”