Directed by Romain Basset
Romain Basset's tale follows beautiful young Jessica as she returns to her family's countryside estate for her grandmother's funeral. Haunted by recurring nightmares of a horse-headed monster, Jessica attempts to put her studies of "lucid dreaming" to good use, as she semi-consciously navigates through this dream landscape, trying to discover the secrets behind this sinister apparition. But Jessica must also cope with a hostile mother, and the growing realization that the death of her grandmother was actually a suicide triggered by the woman's past traumas and visions. HORSEHEAD is a feverish, ethereal journey through the world of nightmares.
Haunted by recurring nightmares of a horse-headed monster, Jessica attempts to put her studies of "lucid dreaming" to good use.
Cast: Lilly-Fleur Pointeaux, Catriona MacColl
Pretty cool visuals
We are suppose to be writing about others review of the movie, not rude remarks to others opinion. goob.
Stopped at 40 minutes in. Good visuals can't make up for terrible writing -- then again, nothing can. When the first line you hear in the movie is an answering machine: "Rose, your grandmother, has died" you can tell you're in for a movie with super obvious writing. No subtext, all on the nose, boring exposition. I can't tell if goob is rating the movie or rating Beast54Feast's review. It's true that Beast spent too long reviewing it (and now I am), but I've never seen someone throw shade in a Shudder comment section, so it deserved mention. If the comment section is the most interesting part of the movie, that's a problem.
Beast54feast thinks pretty highly of themself and has way to much time on their hands
It's a 90-minute Marilyn Manson video.