Purely English cinema, atmospheric, in the best traditions of horror stories, beautiful, local landscapes are fascinating, in places flavored with humor and though not innovative, but damn interesting. It is impossible not to mention the actors, not to carp, Martin Freeman liked the most.
The plot gravitates toward anthologies, but stories are not torn from the context of the narrative and are weaved into it, the final all unites.
Cinemas do not often bring high-quality mysticism, so this film is an excuse to go to the movies for fans of the genre, do not wait for revelations, but time is definitely not wasted.
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