'A classy debut from Adam Wimpenny' -Empire Magazine ****
'Hugely entertaining, superb' -UK Horror Scene
'Visually Stunning' - Heat Magazine
'Terrfiying' - Sunday People.
'A Brit horror to be proud of' - Fan Carpet
'Spine tingling' Star Magazine
'Completely satisfying...intelligent and atmospheric' - Battle Royal with Cheese
'Excellent Performances and moody setting make this british Ghost story make this British ghost story creepily effective’ Sunday People.
'Having recovered from a shattering emotional breakdown, college professor Ben Marshall relocates to the countryside with his wife and young son, hoping for a fresh start. He has a teaching job lined up and a new home to move into; things finally look to be going Ben’s way. Until, that is, he starts to feel that something isn’t quite right in the house. Finding himself plagued by spectral visions, Ben becomes obsessed with uncovering the truth behind a local mystery that appears to be putting the lives of his family in danger. Delivering good old-fashioned scares alongside a host of innovative ideas, this atmospheric chiller from newcomer Adam Wimpenny is a smart revision of the traditional English ghost story. With a compelling family drama at its core, the supernatural horrors of Blackwood are handled with an intelligence that maintains credibility as it twists and turns its way to a startling conclusion.'
Michael Blyth - BFI London Film Festival 2013