Directed by Axelle Carolyn
In this British spookhouse story, a woman recovering from tragedy goes to stay at a house in the country, but finds it already occupied by the former owner’s ghost. Is Audrey losing her mind? Or is Douglas real? And why is the cottage’s current owner so insistent she ignore the haunting? As dead-ish Douglas begins to manifest himself in more physical ways, his relationship with Audrey takes a surprising turn. While viewers expecting another CONJURING will be sorely disappointed, those looking for something more emotionally complex are sure to enjoy this.
A woman recovering from tragedy goes to stay at a haunted house in the country.
Cast: Anna Walton, Tom Wisdom
Good film just a shame about the ending
Not really sure some of the people who watch this are mature enough to grasp the concept judging by the comments.
actually enjoyed it !
slow fell asleep lol
This film was nicely shot in beautiful locations with a good score. It managed to be atmospheric without being contrived or hyper-stylised as many gjost story films are these days. However, it suffers from pretty poor acting, i think mainly caused by bad writing. It had the whiff of a student film about it and the ending felt a little rushed and incomplete. Not a terrible effort but it seemed to be aiming for a more sinister take on Truly, Maddly, Deeply.