An exciting and relevant new take on the Haunted House story. The Fall of 2016. A fearful world stands on the brink of nuclear catastrophe. A young researcher in psychical events, together ...
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An exciting and relevant new take on the Haunted House story. The Fall of 2016. A fearful world stands on the brink of nuclear catastrophe. A young researcher in psychical events, together with his girlfriend, travel to the legendary wilds of Dartmoor, England, to investigate a rambling, centuries old building - here they find themselves drawn into a murder mystery from the past, a mortal confrontation with pure evil, and a fight for their very survival. Written by
This is intelligent British low budget at its best. The slightly awkward nature of its clearly shoestring production is itself creepy in a way that adds to the effect that it is really quite chilling, and ultimately it felt strangely moving. Like every horror that has ever worked, it leaves you with the awkward, speechless, throat lump feeling that you have just witnessed something that you shouldn't have, followed with the cognitive disorientation of having to disassociate the experience from the re-emerging reality of your pitch black living room. It seems slow to begin but escalates uncomfortably, like a trip that you wish you hadn't taken, until it is the one leading you, out of control to a chaotic and relentless end, a free fall into oblivion. The acting for the most part works for the found footage style, although Lisa Kerr who plays Rose, the girlfriend brought unwittingly into the central focus of her boyfriend's post-grad spook research, has a nervous spiky energy that sets her apart early for what is to become her particular disquieting journey and draws the rest of the cast along with her almost inconsequentially, until being magnificently upstaged by Kitty McGeever, quite befittingly in her wonderful final performance.
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