Bubble is chilling, hauntingly realistic, and a majority of this film takes place in a doll factory. Doll factory aside, this movie paints a gut wrenching portrait of America's dying small town factory communities, the heart-break of family obligation, and the horrific power of unspoken and unrealized emotion.
As A.O. Scott of the New York Times stated: "Absorbing and unnerving".
I love this movie. It is so delicate, so strong, so horrific, and so dramatic - that I really can't categorized the movie as one genre. I do believe, however, that it belongs in the horror section: American Horror section.