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This British horror keeps it simple with its gripping paranormal subject in a ghostly but beautiful backdrop of Snowdonia. The remote location of this radio station had me feeling shivers from the start. The performances were all compelling and the witty dialogue between the two DJ's lent nicely to the suspense in the car scene. I did think things moved a little slow there but I was on the edge of my seat regardless. I enjoyed the classic filmmaking style especially in this scene featuring the paranormal which had me jumping out of my seat.
Overall I really enjoyed this independent paranormal horror and with its twists and clever writing, think it stands highly amongst the mainstream of its genre.
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