Release date: 2002
This film, written and directed by William Hopkins who also wrote the unusual Children of the Night, has been sat in my collection for some time and it is over five years since I last watched it.
As it was I put it on and, despite the clearly low budget and the fairly rubbishy effects that appear occasionally through the film, I suddenly remembered what a good little film it was. The reason, as is so often the case, was due to story. This has a good, well-constructed and interesting story that keeps you engaged. The dialogue works and is delivered, for the most part, with a natural air.
|wake in coffin|
|Stritch and Malgaard|
|Kait and Jeff|
|aperitif, Malgaard style|
I like this little film. 6 out of 10.
The imdb page is here.