Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh

Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh

Directed by Rodrigo Gudiño

A man becomes convinced his religious mother is trying to contact him from the dead in this subtle supernatural thriller from Rue Morgue Magazine founder Rodrigo Gudiño. After the mysterious death of reclusive Rosalind Leigh (Vanessa Redgrave), her estranged son, Leon, arrives at her house to take stock of his inheritance. But there's more to this house than dark corners and dusty antiques. Rosalind has left something behind, and it’s been waiting for Leon. Now this force from beyond the grave will pursue him during a night of constantly increasing terror...

A man becomes convinced his religious mother is trying to contact him from the dead.

Cast: Aaron Poole, Vanessa Redfrave, Julian Richings

Member Reviews

Interesting. The best part was the actor looking like Matthew Mcconaughey! Was waiting for a good twisted ending, but there was none. 😔

Lovescary4
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a month ago

I enjoyed this one although it feels very much like a short that was extended to a full length film. Normally I'd refer to the pacing as more of a "slow burn" but honestly this one just feels plain, deliberate and slow. You REALLY get to see this guy poking around the house and that's ok except by the last third of the movie it starts to feel a little daunting. That being said, it's an interesting take on religion, whereas instead of bringing loved ones together, it has the opposite effect and pushes them apart. Fans of arthouse/psch horror will appreciate this movie, everyone else looking for terror, gore, and a nice clean ending best stay away!

slyhollstra
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a month ago

great set design for an ok movie

sarahjon
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2 months ago

Moody, brooding and gothic. Though it moves very slowly but kept my attention through the whole thing. It's not often a single-character film turns out as well as this one did.

Spookylady
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2 months ago

Evocative; Beautiful and deeply Melancholic. Comments on the strained relationship between mother and son when estrangement takes hold and the unerring guilt that follows. Incredibly slow paced but utterly commanding and worthy of Your time.

Deplector
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2 months ago