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Movie Review – Nails (2017)

13 June 2017 2:00 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Nails, 2017.

Directed by Dennis Bartok.

Starring Shauna Macdonald, Ross Noble, Steve Wall, Charlotte Bradley, Leah McNamara, and Richard Foster-King.

Synopsis:

A recently paralysed woman struggles to retain her own sanity as the vengeful spirit of a former nurse begins to haunt her hospital room.

If for, whatever reason, some twelves years on, you’d always wondered whatever happened to Shauna Macdonald, the tragically powerful lead in Neil Marshall’s The Descent – arguably one of the greatest British horror films ever made – well, Nails is your answer. An ultra cheap, and sadly muddled Irish chiller, it struggles to ever really detach itself from the mainline ghost movies it frequently borrows from, resulting in another listless bargain-bin-style affair that barely ever even reaches as far as memorable, let alone good. And considering it comes from the renowned, well-educated mind of former American Cinematheque programmer turned film historian Dennis Bartok, it should really »

- Ben Robins

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