Directed by Mariano Baino
When a young Englishwoman attempts to discover her mysterious connection to a remote island convent, she will unlock an unholy communion of torment, blasphemy and graphic demonic depravity.
A young Englishwoman attempts to discover her mysterious connection to a remote island convent.
Cast: Louise Salter, Venera Simmons, Mariya Kapnist
Full of gloom, doom, and flagellating nuns, this is a fun little Lovecraftian mood piece. The twist is pretty ho-hum, but it’s all about the dread of the journey. If you’re a Lovecraft fan, go watch Dagon and then watch this.
Really bad. Producer must have made it so girlfriend could star
Has the same annoying keyboard sound in the background the entire movie
be clear....I'm giving it 3.5 skulls. I love the storyline, however I wish the graphics and makeup were as good. it is a grand demonic film and those are the ones I like to scare myself with. But the acting and scenes were somewhat "B". still, not sorry I watched.
'Dark Waters' is one I’m simultaneously surprised I’d not seen before and not at all surprised I hadn’t seen. In content and narrative, this is 150% my kind of horror movie. Cliffside abomination-cult, subterranean Masses, pulpy monstrosities ever in the distance—yes please! Then there’s the actual film quality and pacing of the thing: self-obsessed slogs through any and every moment of suspense, a gothic, Giallo sensibility undercut by a b-movie wisdom. It’s not a great movie, quality-wise. But as far as schlock and cult go, the thing’s a winner beginning to end. So, it’s a wash on whether you should actually watch the thing or not.