Yeah, I DNF most horror films because, let’s face it, most horror films are crap…
But last night I watched a rather decent one written and directed by Irish/Welsh film maker Liam Gavin called A DARK SONG.
It’s a beautifully shot, refreshing twist on an old trope — someone loses someone they love and turns to the occult for palliative effect.
I may have mentioned this before — I’m too lazy to check — but lately since most horror found on Netflix and elsewhere are crap, as previously mentioned, I’ve been getting my cinematic horror fix in short film doses from a fantastic youtube site called Alter.
Here, courtesy of Alter, is another creative twist on the grieving someone turns to the occult to relieve their grief trope that is extremely well-presented in only a matter of minutes.
Not bad, eh?
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