“Baskin”: Film review

Turkish cops are called to a sketchy part of town they don’t like to venture into, where they are sucked into a hellish Lovecraftian underworld beyond the tortured extremities of the most twisted imagination. Hallucinogenically bizarre and unsettling, grizzly and brutal, “Baskin” is a tense and confusing tale of high strangeness and awful horror.

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