An Irish ghost story that will leave you with a fear of the dark and a dripping chill down your spine long after the film’s conclusion.
Sitting in an empty theater, a film archivist watches the grainy footage that will be his undoing. David can’t help but suspect the dark spirits of the house are somehow involved. In his drive to unveil the shadows hidden in the walls, David begins to descend into insanity, threatening the lives of everyone around him. Featuring Northern Irish actress Antonia Campbell-Hughes and Rupert Evans as David.
Piers McGrail’s nuanced, moody cinematography brings out the best in writer-director Ivan Kavanagh’s over-mannered but effectively creepy ghost story.Village Voice
It’s surprisingly dark and scary. It relies heavily on the atmosphere to create suspense, and the constant bizarre imagery and tremendous sound design help deliver in spades.Brad Miska. Bloody Disgusting