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
This is one of those movies that makes me so glad I have Shudder! I probably would have never stumbled upon it or watched it otherwise, and it's so good!
This review describes it best: “The best way to describe it: The Wicker Man crossed with H.P. Lovecraft and filtered through Rob Zombie”. If your idea of horror is 15 jumpscares within the first 30 minutes, so stupid you can play on your phone and not miss a thing. This movie is an atmospheric, better acted sort of post giallo—the plot isn’t always linear and you have to pay attention (which I didn’t the first time and didn’t have a damn clue what was going on), but if you appreciate horror as a viable art form, this is it, replete with symbols and metaphors throughout.
So boring! I fast-forwarded just to take it out of my "continue watching" queue.
strange , brutal , morbid as fuck! & very beautiful , way better than " the nun "