Directed by Emily Harris
Isolated from the outside world, fifteen-year-old Lara lives in seclusion on a vast country estate with her father and strict governess Miss Fontaine. Late one evening, a mysterious carriage crash brings a young girl into their home to recuperate. Lara immediately becomes enchanted by this strange visitor who arouses her curiosity and awakens her burgeoning desires.
Isolated from the outside world, fifteen-year-old Lara lives in seclusion until she becomes enchanted by a strange visitor who arouses her curiosity and awakens her burgeoning desires.
Cast: Tobias Menzies, Jessica Raine, Greg Wise, Hannah Rae, Devrim Lingnau
Not scary but has a nice twist and good actors.
honestly just the most boring take on Carmilla I've ever seen, it tried to be deep and introspective but just came across as dull and joyless.
I don't believe this to be a horror movie. Good acting, compelling story, but never once horror. 4 stars perhaps, but only 1 skull.
Not worth your time if you've READ Carmilla. A story absolutely neutered by the runtime and the needlessly long cutscenes. I can deal with dry, and stoic, absolutely. It's a very old story and so I didn't anticipate all of the spooky motifs we're used to in modern cinema. But still, if you haven't read Carmilla, this is more like a spooky campfire story, told by your friend who heard it from a friend, from a friend- but they're high while telling it. They also keep stopping to talk about bugs.