Dark Waters

Dark Waters

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

Member Reviews

Where some are going to see "atmospheric" or "dream-like"; others are going to see "slow", "plodding", and "boring". While the last 15 minutes or so has some nice effects, it's a long haul to get there.

sctfr
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a month ago

I love the normal amount of candles in this film. seriously though, why have I never seen it recc'd as folk horror? it's FANTASTIC. not least because of the terrifying sound design. and the viscera

gastehowe
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2 months ago

Liked this a bunch. Music was pretty avant garde, using overdriven synths and sampled voices to great effect. Really had the vibe of the great Italian experimental horror flicks (Suspiria/The Beyond).

lbrehm03
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3 months ago

This one was a surprise! Pretty good all the way around, the audio was weird in places but its not to distracting. If you're a Lovecraft fan you'll like this one.

Matt
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4 months ago

I really liked this movie because it clearly followed in the styles of Italian Gothic horror of the 1960/70s plus Lovecraftian Eurohorror from the same period. Plot is less important than atmosphere, style, and horrific events. Although I found the mid-part of the movie a tad slow and repetitive I was pleasantly surprised.

joemg7777
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4 months ago