Tuesday, 1 September 2015


(Frightfest Day 5)
Taut thriller made all the more unsettling by the involvement of a trio of children, all of whom give incredible performances.


  1. We seem to have had a lot of thrillers at this year's FF, but by and large they've all been well-made - this was no exception. Uncomfortable to watch at times, but compelling and hard to second guess.

  2. A tense, captivating chiller, with a palpable sense of dread throughout.

    It's greatest triumph however was surely it's insightful and intelligent portrayal of the various ages of childhood, which never once felt anything other than totally believable.