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What a great pitch this must have been. The central idea of 'Joshua' is something that would make any genre-bent filmmaker drool - including me! The concept of finding an abandoned baby in a stack of boxes, then raising the little bastard in a crumbling cabin in the woods as an unwitting, savage soldier-of-Satin is truly inspired. Unfortunately, for the makers of ‘Joshua’, there is still a better film to be made. Although, to simply dismiss the film we are given would do a terrible disservice to both the filmmakers and fans alike. The film has its moments – albeit fleeting and brief – and it does move at a fine clip.