The Midnight Swim
Directed by Sarah Adina Smith
Eerie things start happening when three sisters return to their lakeside home and summon the spirit of a drowned girl. First dead birds start appearing on their doorstep, then other creepy happenings. What do these ominous signs mean - and what’s their connection to a local legend, their mother’s death and the lake which may be calling June towards it? Sarah Adina Smith’s genre-bending debut is an elegant mixture of psychological thriller, ghost story and POV horror. Though offscreen much of the time, Lindsay Burdge (THE INVITATION) gives a haunting lead performance.
Eerie things start happening when three sisters summon the spirit of a drowned girl.
Cast: Lindsay Burdge, Jennifer Lafleur, Aleksa Palladino, Ross Partridge
I liked the concept of this film but sadly it was extremely disappointing. And also, not in the slightest bit scary...at all...Shame, it could've been so much better.
I can appreciate what they're trying for here but it's far too unfocussed and poorly motivated. Ominous music played over meandering work-shopped conversation doesn't make for an interesting film. A pity.
CRAP don't bother
AN HOUR IN..NO THING WEIRD..NO THING CREEPY..STIL WIL WATCH LAST 20minits 4 PURE ENDURANCE?!..EIVA WAY I'M POSITIVE I CULDA MADE A WEIRD & CREEPY FLIK WIF MY ONE SISTER & DA BOY NXT DOOR ON ME FONE!!😝
I've had more adrenaline on my journey to a bathroom after one too many red bulls than watching this movie.