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Lara (Eleanor Tomlinson) and her estranged father, Dr. Hill (Stephen Rea), travel behind the iron curtain to a decrepit castle outside the Hungarian town of Styria. In the nearby woods, Lara witnesses a car crash. Carmilla, (Julia Pietrucha), escapes from the wreckage as a driver attempts to run her over. When Lara hides this beautiful and mysterious stranger in the castle, the two start an intense and chaotic friendship. As their relationship deepens, the young women of Styria begin to go mad. When local girls are found dead from apparent suicides, Lara wonders if Carmilla is to blame or is there a darker secret behind the mass hysteria destroying the town. Written by
Beautiful but Different, Delirious, and Dank Retelling of "Carmella"
Made by Foreign Directors, Mauricio Chernovetzky, Mark Devendorf, in a Foreign Land, This Update of Carmella Looks and Feels Foreign When Compared to Stateside Movies of its Type.
It is Better Because of it. The Film is Dark, Dank, and Depressingly Decaying with its Use of a Remote Castle in a Far Away Land of an Era Gone By. The Good Cast Also Lend Some Eeriness to the Proceedings.
The Organic Sets, that Needed No Embellishment, and the Classic Story of a Lesbian Vampire is Right at Home in This Undergrowth. The Movie Always Seems Disconnected from Modern Times Even Though the Soundtrack, the Troubled Teen, and Other Things are Distinctively Today.
More Like a Crack in Space-Time Existing Simultaneously. This Lends the Film an Other Worldly Template that Befits the Gothic Subject Matter. It Echoes Universal and Hammer Horror at Times.
The Third Act Opens Up to Some Serious Bloodletting and the Storytelling May Lose a Bit Over the Course of the Movie. But, Overall it is an Oddity of a Film that is Surely Worth a Watch for Vampire, and Horror Movie Fans in General.
Others Not Usually Want to Watch This Type Might Even Enjoy it Because it is Anything but Typical.
Note...Also known as "Angels of Darkness".
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