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DVD Review - Psalm 21 (2009)

13 June 2011 11:51 PM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Psalm 21, 2009.

Directed by Fredrik Hiller.

Starring Jonas Malmsjö, Niklas Falk, Björn Bengtsson, Görel Crona, Josefin Ljungman and Per Ragnar.

Synopsis:

Investigating the death of his father, a priest arrives in a desolate village where he inadvertently opens a door to the other side where ghosts from the past begin to cross over into the real world with a single purpose... vengeance.

The subject of hell in films is such an easy thing to handle in a hammy fashion. Once you go down the path with fire, brimstone and laughing red men with hooves, you’re stuck down Dante’s cul de sac of generic visions. Personal hells are usually the best ones, although they can’t really exist outside the genre of psychological horrors. And then of course there’s the other hazard of going down Freudian Lane. And once you go down that road, it’s only a »

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DVD Review: Psalm 21

5 June 2011 11:51 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Psalm 21

Stars: Jonas Malmsjö, Niklas Falk, Björn Bengtsson, Görel Crona, Josefin Ljungman | Written and Directed by Fredrik Hiller

If you are not into the whole religion thing about hell and damnation it can be hard to watch movies that rely on these themes and be able to take them seriously. I’ll admit I am sceptical about it all but I at least try to watch the movies in the context of what they are and go into it with an understanding that the people within the movie world itself do believe so I’ll have to watch it from their point of view. That’s what I had to do with Psalm 21.

The story centres on Henrik Horneus a priest whose father had died in suspicious circumstances. This along with other events causes him to have a crisis of faith, which in a priest you have to admit is quite a problem. »

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Competitions: ‘Psalm 21’ DVD Giveaway *Closed*

5 June 2011 10:19 AM, PDT | CineVue | See recent CineVue news »

If you like your Scandinavian films with a twist of modern Asian Horror then Psalm 21 (2009) will be a welcome addition to your collection of psychologically disturbing cinema. When popular Stockholm priest Henrik Horneus (Jonas Malmsjö) learns of the death of his father Gabriel (Per Ragner – Let The Right One In [2008]) from a drowning accident, he travels through the dark, endless forests to reach the desolate village in which he died to investigate.

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Psalm 21 Coming To DVD - What Are The Top 10 Scariest Foreign Language Films

25 May 2011 | Horror Asylum | See recent Horror Asylum news »

To celebrate the DVD and download release of 'Psalm 21' on May 30th - courtesy of Revolver Entertainment here in the UK, we have compiled a top 10 list of some of the scariest foreign language films the past 15 years. Swedish actor, writer and director Fredrik Hiller's feature debut is a psychological and supernatural thriller dealing with fear and fury, debt and disgrace, culpability and atonement. We're also giving away 3 copies of the DVD to 3 lucky winners so don't forget to check out our cool 'Psalm 21' giveaway at the link below. »

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DVD Giveaway - Psalm 21

19 May 2011 2:50 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

May 30th sees the UK release of the psychological and supernatural thriller Psalm 21 from Swedish actor, writer and director Fredrik Hiller and to celebrate Flickering Myth have two DVD copies of the film to give away to our lucky readers courtesy of Revolver Entertainment.

Read on for the synopsis, trailer and details of how to enter…

"When popular Stockholm priest Henrik Horneus (Jonas Malmsjö) learns of the death of his father Gabriel (Per Ragner) from a drowning accident, he travels through the dark, endless forests to reach the desolate village in which he died to investigate. However, his arrival at the village begins to set dark forces into motion, opening a door to the other side where ghosts from the past begin to cross over into the real world. And the ghosts seem to have one single purpose... vengeance."

Psalm 21 trailer:

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Revolver Nabs 'Psalm 21' for UK DVD Release

9 May 2011 12:01 PM, PDT | bloody-disgusting.com | See recent Bloody-Disgusting.com news »

On DVD May 30 in the UK from Revolver Entertainment is Fredrik Hiller's long-delayed Psalm 21, which we've scored the official UK trailer and first stills from. "When popular Stockholm priest Henrik learns of his father's death from a drowning accident, he travels through the dark, endless forests to reach the desolate village in order to investigate the mysterious death. However, his arrival at the village begins to set dark forces into motion, opening a door to the other side where ghosts from the past begin to cross over into the real world. And the ghosts seem to have one single purpose... Vengeance. Suspenseful, thrilling and darkly creepy, Psalm 21 is terrifying journey from the very gates of hell." »

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First Stills and New UK Trailer Debut: Psalm 21

8 May 2011 11:28 PM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

It's been a long while since last we heard anything about Fredrik Hiller's Swedish horror flick, Psalm 21. March 24th, 2009 to be exact. The good news? The film has nailed down distro. The bad? It's not here in the States.

The flick will be headed direct to DVD in the UK on May 30th courtesy of Revolver Entertainment. We'll keep our ears open for a Stateside release.

Directed by Hiller and starring Jonas Malmsjö, Niklas Falk, Björn Bengtsson, and Görel Crona, this flick looks pretty damned scary if we do say so ourselves. Dig on the cover art, stills, and the UK trailer below.

Synopsis

When popular Stockholm priest Henrik learns of his father's death from a drowning accident, he travels through the dark, endless forests to reach the desolate village in order to investigate the mysterious death. However, his arrival at the village begins to set dark forces into motion, »

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Sweden's Psalm 21 is Coming to the UK

8 May 2011 | shocktillyoudrop.com | See recent shocktillyoudrop news »

Fredrik Hiller's Psalm 21 opened in its homeland of Sweden late last year and now the supernatural thriller is heading to DVD in the UK. Revolver premieres the film across the pond May 30 and we've got a look at the trailer. Hiller, also an actor, makes his feature directorial debut here; he's already at work on a zombie film next called Zone 261 . Check out a preview of that work right here . Psalm 21 concerns Henrik Horneus, a beloved Stockholm priest who recently has had increasingly frightening nightmares about his dead mother. One day after service, he learns that his father, Gabriel Horneus, also a priest, has died mysteriously in a drowning accident. Henrik has not met him since he was a little boy, when his father, following his divorce to Henrik.s mother, moved »

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