Directed by David Keating
A grieving couple are given the chance to resurrect their daughter in this Irish horror film starring Aidan Gillen of “Game of Thrones” fame. After Alice’s accidental death, her parents move to a quaint village to make a fresh start. But when a local offers to perform a ceremony that will temporarily bring their daughter back, they can’t resist. But when Alice returns, she isn’t quite herself, of course. One of the best offerings from the new Hammer Films, this supernatural scarefest should please fans of THE WICKER MAN, DON’T LOOK NOW and VILLAGE OF THE DAMNED.
A grieving couple are given an opportunity to resurrect their daughter for three days.
Cast: Timothy Spall, Aiden Gillen, Eva Birthistle
This was a great movie
Actually pretty good. A couple of really good actors in there, but no one was bad. Nice twist at the end. Most twists I predicted, but I did not expect the end.
Amazing! So many good twists and turns
Wonderful film...love coming back to watch it after not seeing it for a while. I love the writing, directing, and the acting. The story is what makes this one work. Yes, kind of in the same league as 'Pet Semetary' but in this one the dead seem much more evil. You really believe that this little girl is abhorrent, and nothing but evil. And I love the reason she becomes that way. Simply because she was 'in the ground' for more than a year. I actually liked this more than 'Pet Semetary'. It never uses cheap gags or humor, and for me it's all the better for it. Nuff' said.
Not bad. Kept me interested.