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The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh (2012)

Not Rated | | Horror, Mystery, Thriller | 13 June 2013 (Russia)
A young man returns to his recently deceased mother's charming gothic revival home, only to discover a sinister presence lying within that may be linked to a peculiar cult run by two strange brothers.

Director:

Rodrigo Gudiño

Writer:

Rodrigo Gudiño
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Cast overview:
Aaron Poole ... Leon Leigh / Surveillance Expert
Vanessa Redgrave ... Rosalind Leigh
Julian Richings ... Rahn Brothers / Neither Man Nor Woman / Bill Phillips
Stephen Eric McIntyre Stephen Eric McIntyre ... Preacher
Charlotte Sullivan ... Anna / Radio Announcer
Mitch Markowitz Mitch Markowitz ... Communication Coach
Sarah Illiatovitch-Goldman Sarah Illiatovitch-Goldman ... Surveillance Operator
Rodrigo Gudiño ... Cop
Bob Dorsey Bob Dorsey ... Congregation Member
Rogelio Gudiño Rogelio Gudiño ... Congregation Member
Patricia Storer-Font Patricia Storer-Font ... Congregation Member
John Carter Craig John Carter Craig ... Congregation Member
Don Mary Fraser Don Mary Fraser ... Congregation Member
Mark Benesh Mark Benesh ... Undead Twin / Paramedic
Christopher Huron ... Undead Twin / Paramedic
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Storyline

An antiques collector inherits a house from his estranged mother only to discover that she had been living in a shrine devoted to a mysterious cult. Soon, he comes to suspect that his mother's oppressive spirit still lingers within her home and is using items in the house to contact him with an urgent message. Written by Anonymous

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Faith Is Fragile


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While creating the film Gudiño said that he was inspired by his Catholic upbringing and by Stanley Kubrick's tendency to shoot close to where he lived See more »

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Rosalind Leigh: Sometimes, late at night, you can still feel the loneliness, like an animal, in the dark, ready to pounce. It can make a warm memory seem empty and unfamiliar. Past things seem insignificant, and even faith, seem trivial and worthless.
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Grey Childhood
Performed by Initial Ascent
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An intellectualists horror film. Watch it alone in the dark!
6 September 2015 | by scottmannen1See all my reviews

This movie has a very low rating, one that it does NOT deserve. As this movie is more of a suspense building religious horror film designed for people who are interested in watching an intelligent "Hitchcock style" film that will grind on your nerves and make you look twice in the shadows. I am afraid that many viewers were expecting a slasher style blood and guts jump-scare movie. Not so with this one. Ghosts, demons and dark iconology scare the viewer into a dark place. This is a good film, one that achieves its goal of installing terror and making you think about it afterwards. Bravo to the director on creating something unique in a genre overrun with splatter fest and cheap gore.

Watch this one if you have a keen intelligence and want something different.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

13 June 2013 (Russia) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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Budget:

CAD1,800,000 (estimated)
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