The man behind genre-changing The Blair Witch Project has released his first big feature in nearly a decade.
Called Lovely Molly, Eduardo Sánchez’s new indie horror flick incorporates found footage into a nerve-jangling story of a place haunted by child torture and poverty, among other spooky things.
io9 had a look at the new movie and said that while there was “something frankly tedious about the storyline”, “it will definitely freak you out in places”.
Here is a snippet of the review followed by a link to io9:
“Most of the film is a frustrating muddle of scenes that are crisp, brilliant distillations of pure horror and scenes that are the sloppiest kind of random sexual exploitation I’ve seen in a while.
“In one intensely chilling sequence, we get a first-person videocamera view as she descends into an ancient cellar in the house, humming sweetly, eventually reaching a creepy goat/snake bas relief carved into the wall before we hear gibbering, slurping noises.”
For the full review please visit: http://io9.com/5913024/blair-witch-project-writerdirectors-new-film-takes-exploitation-to-the-next-level?utm_campaign=socialflow_io9_twitter&utm_source=io9_twitter&utm_medium=socialflow