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

That is a nope for me.

kellym9754
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22 days ago

wasnt bad , this what have been when u put nuns and sometime monks too on an island by them self and think they not in the outside they wont get into things like going from god to a demon

NICKIE13
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25 days ago

Awful. No real story here. Just nonsense.

Lovescary4
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a month ago

I find that more often than not, if I ignore the majority ratings on movies like this, I find something I can enjoy. If your attention span is short, then you will miss what the movie is about. The plot is not fragmented at all. A girl goes to an island to find out why she should pay this convent. Her father tells her to just send the money and never go there. She does anyway, finds all sorts of peculiarities, danger, and a dark secret about herself and her mother. There, I gave you the Cliff Notes without ruining the plot. My word...Muricans. No taste. This was awesome.

StevensMommy
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2 months ago

Really enjoyed this Lovecraftian film, kind of a lift of Dagon and Shadow over Innsmouth. Sometimes the pacing lacks, but the cinematography and creepiness of it makes up for the slow pace.

HauntedThrills
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2 months ago