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Elizabeth Ann Bennett,
Supernatural thriller, featuring 'Pink Floyd with Fangs' soundtrack by the UK's no 1 musician Graham Coxon. What started out as a bonding holiday between an American mother recently reunited with her daughter, quickly turns into a tense, desperate nightmare. The North Yorkshire Moors provides the lonely backdrop for an intense, nervous adventure. Written by
I don't know how this film will end or if it got any better after 20min but I had to switch off due to the complete lack of acting skills by anyone up to then. Even if the storyline would improve, I am sure the acting won't. By all means give it a try but it isn't only the acting but from a British point of view, the people in it do not behave the way they should, it is almost as if an American uses natives to behave like you'd expect in a US horror with the only difference that they speak with an English accent. The main character of the mum is so unlikable that you just wish her ill luck. Maybe if you can ignore the acting you are in for a treat, but I couldn't hack it.
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