The Borderlands

The Borderlands

Directed by Elliot Goldner

A team of Vatican investigators are sent to the British West Country to look into reports of paranormal activity during a Christening at a newly re-opened remote church. Father Crellick has video evidence of artefacts moving on the altar and other strange happenings. But two of the three-man team aren’t so sure.

A team of Vatican investigators are sent to the British West Country to look into reports of paranormal activity during a Christening at a newly re-opened remote church

Cast: Gordon Kennedy, Aidan McArdle, Robin Hill, Luke Neal, Patrick Godfrey

Member Reviews

Superb ff entry - a gradual but engaging build to a truly horrific final 10 minutes that leave questions but also provide all the answers you need to flesh out the back story. Gordon Kennedy is perfect - never wasting a moment on screen and he and Robin Hill have superb chemistry. I’d watch a sequel in a heartbeat or even simply further misadventures in this terrifying universe.

domshaheen
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a day ago

Well well worth it in my opinion, found footage style, English

CrazyDave
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3 days ago

It’s ok, it terrible and not brilliant

misgeek
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8 days ago

I thought this was a fantastic little movie - interesting story, good acting, did a huge amount of good work on a small budget. But MAJOR TRIGGER WARNING. Give this one a miss if claustrophobia triggers you. Trust me on this...

covidblues
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11 days ago

There are aspects I wanted to see fleshed out more, but overall this is a really believable picture of what it would look like if rural English church politics were to come up against convincing footage of demonic activity.

phragmosis
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12 days ago