Another really great day at the Ramaskrik Horror Film Festival yesterday. Managed six films, sp was pretty baked by the end of the day.What Keeps You Alive (2018, Canada):
Very beautiful, and quite surprising plot. A tad long, but highly recommended!Killungard (2018, Norway):
Some of the key people behind O'Hellige Jul has made a traditional ghost story. It is an amateur production, but a very good one at that! Refreshing to see a pure ghost story in this setting.The Dark (Austria/Canada):
Refreshing and very different take on what falls a bit between a zombie and monster film, but in the end is neither. I liked this a lot, highly recommended!You Shall not Sleep (2018, Spain/Argentine/Uruguay):
Another film that goes it's own ways. A tad slow to begin with, but it really picks up as it progresses. Original and again a rather surprising story.Terrified (Argentine):
Well executed ghost/monster/haunted house film that still end up being a bit too traditional for my taste. It's far from a bad film, but I think it hits better for a slightly younger audience.Ghost Storied (UK):
An antology film that I feel did not deliver on it's premise. Again, not a bad film, quite entertaining at times, but a bit shallow and simplistic compared to what it promised. Some others liked this one very much though, so depends on your tastes.