Therapy is an awesome little blood and guts movie coordinated by Nathan Ambrosioni, the youthful executive who screened Hostile at Frightfest a year ago. He made his first film at twelve and now has his second motion picture added to his repertoire, he’s still in his adolescents. His young years don’t cheapen the alarms in plain view. He expertly makes strain from the opening edge; an offspring of the discovered film time he’s unmistakably gotten some things.
In Therapy Ambrosioni demonstrates a visual and sound-related development route past his young years. He by one means or another figures out how to make snapshots of immaculate fear all of a sudden.