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What amazes me about director Lawrie Brewster is how he can produce such unsettling and downright unnerving images from his basic settings and simple make up effects..I love the gothic style and darkness throughout.
I really was absorbed by the main characters journey and what he had been through during his war years and how it all still haunted him and how he could fix himself by his seclusion and still the nightmare he had to go through.
I was not as creeped out by this movie as i was with Brewster's previous Lord of Tears film but this one was ramped up to 10 with the disturbing images and more gruesome in tone.
With the abundance of horror movies released each year Lawrie Brewster seems to be able to come up with something unique and unlike anything i have seen before.
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