Dark Waters (1994) (RARE)
Dark Waters (1994) (RARE)
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"DARK WATERS has been acclaimed as 'visually amazing' (Videoscope), 'a lost masterpiece of art-house horror' (Filmmaker Magazine), 'deeply disturbing' (BBC Radio One), 'a must see for serious horror buffs' (Film Review), and compared to the works of Bergman, Bava, and Argento. Now experience the modern Nunsploitation masterpiece from co-writer/director Mariano Baino as you've never seen or heard it before: When a young Englishwoman attempts to discover her mysterious connection to a remote island convent, she will unlock an unholy communion of torment, blasphemy, and graphic demonic depravity. Louise Salter (INTERVIEW WITH THE VAMPIRE) stars in this 'stunning and horrifying debut' (Digitally Obsessed) – filmed on location along the grim Ukraine coast – now transferred in HD from the original 35mm negative." (Severin Films) Mariano Baino---Italy---1994---89 mins.

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Get ready for a heavy dose of European weirdness where the walls ooze rainwater and the ground is full of candlelit caverns! This is one of my favorite horror movies of the '90s. I love the atmosphere, the sense of mystery, the gorgeous locations, the realistic set pieces, the creative lighting and cinematography.... I also love the many unexpected side characters: the spider wrangler, the giggly old lady, the menacing fisherman, the fish-munching wild man, the painter-oracle, the (homicidal?) butcher, the cross-stitcher.... The whole film has a black-and- white aesthetic I find so deliciously bleak, and it really makes the blood and fire jump out of the screen when they appear. Fans of low-budget wonders and H.P. Lovecraft, do not miss Dark Waters!

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