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MINI REVIEW: There was a lot of buzz surrounding the release of this film and how creepy it is. Now that we’ve had the opportunity to check it out, we are proud to present seven truly creepy frames, that could potentially spoil the film for you, so if you can resist to look away, please do so now! You continue at your own discretion.

Robert Eggers has an amazing career ahead of himself, with this directional debut, there is no doubt that there has been plenty of chit chatter for him to take on the task of remaking one of the pillars of horror in film, yes, Nosferatu. If you haven’t heard about it, do yourself a favour and check it out, it’s basically one of the very first vampire films, that employed some then, revolutionary filming techniques. Let’s hope that Robert Eggers can employ the same passion for innovation in the said remake as he demonstrated in the making of The VVitch: A New-England Folktale.

Using mostly natural lighting and available light, he joins the ranks of Alejandro G. Inarritu, who have been bold and innovative enough to use these techniques to not only create visually stunning films, but use this technique to progress the feel and energy of the film. This is a clever film, making you feel uneasy, scared for what may happen, and frightened about what you do not see. The disturbing score, coupled with the energetic performances and biblical dialogue, leaves you feeling creeped out and perplexed. It’s been forever since a film made me feel this way, let’s hope the gap for the next great horror film isn’t as long as the last! Enjoy there seven creepy frames!

1 What We’ve Left Behind

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2 Silhouette Of A VVitch 

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3 Black Phillip Stands

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4 Dig And Contemplate

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5 Killing To Live

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6 Ask Black Phillip 

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7 Living Deliciously 

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