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Glorious (2022)


After a breakup, Wes ends up at a remote rest stop. He finds himself locked inside the bathroom with a mysterious figure speaking from an adjacent stall. Soon Wes realizes he is involved in a situation more terrible than he could imagine.

Glorious (2022)

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Released Year: 2022
Runtime: 79 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Directors: Rebekah McKendry

Storyline


After a breakup, Wes ends up at a remote rest stop. He finds himself locked inside the bathroom with a mysterious figure speaking from an adjacent stall. Soon Wes realizes he is involved in a situation more terrible than he could imagine.

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Reviews


83
Collider - Chase Hutchinson
Some well-timed edits maximize the impact of the jokes and help leave necessary horror elements up to the imagination. Even when we don’t see everything, our minds fill in the gaps to make the gore and gags that befall Wes land.
80
Screen Daily - Nikki Baughan
It’s a trip, and then some.
70
Slashfilm - Matt Donato
Glorious might not save the world, yet it's still a wonderful way to pass the time while humanity as we know it is devoured by threats we'll never comprehend.
70
Paste Magazine - Unnamed
Given its limited cast, location and budget, Glorious is an impressive feat. It never drags or feels more claustrophobic than intended. Thanks to strong performances and mostly tight writing, it’s a tense little chamber film, with deities and grand ideas, but without pants.
63
RogerEbert.com - Christy Lemire
Even at a brisk 79 minutes (including credits), “Glorious” feels like an intriguing idea that’s been stretched thin to feature length.

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