Young newlyweds Paul and Bea travel to remote lake country for their honeymoon. Shortly after arriving, Paul finds Bea wandering and disoriented in the middle of the night. As she becomes more distant and her behavior increasingly peculiar, Paul begins to suspect something more sinister than sleepwalking took place in the woods.Written by
Bea makes the buzzing noize to Pauls lips when he calls her 'honeybea', however the noise is more remiscent of a typical yellow jacket wasp. See more »
When Bea and Paul enter the restaurant, the door stays open behind them. When they make their way back towards the door after the owner tells them to leave, it is closed. See more »
Rest your womb.
Oh... my womb?
Why did you say that?
I don't know. I don't know. I-I didn't mean anything. I'm gonna make the pancakes now.
I don't know.
You say. What?
Do you want to have a baby?
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Restrained, effectively eerie, and incredibly well-acted
Totally surprising. Finally, there's been some good horror films this year but none all that great, and I finally found it (that is, if I don't count Under The Skin as horror). The pacing in this is really excellent, and it follows the old-school rule of what it doesn't show us is scarier. It's not incredibly original by any means, but it also doesn't fall into old weary horror clichés and it's all pretty grounded. This is in part due to the script and the really elegant and observant direction, but also because of the two fantastic lead performances. Rose Leslie certainly made her mark in Game of Thrones, and she's one to watch out for in the future. She's incredibly effective here, as is Harry Treadaway. Their chemistry is strong and it's about time we get some great acting in a horror film. This is truly well-acted and engrossing horror, not to mention actually scary. Might just be one of my favorite films the year so far
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