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A Dark Song

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Ireland, United Kingdom · 2016
1h 40m
Director Liam Gavin
Starring Catherine Walker, Steve Oram, Mark Huberman, Susan Loughnane
Genre Drama, Horror

Suffering from the death of her son, Sarah contacts an occultist in hopes of being able to speak to him once more. In order to achieve such a thing, Sarah must go through vigorous, unpleasant exercises and rituals. Soon enough she starts to wonder just how much she can take...

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Total Film by Kevin Harley

With the scares stealthy, Gavin’s parable draws power from the heart’s shadows: the climax may alienate some, but its audacity is earned.


Austin Chronicle by Marc Savlov

It is, in fact, an instant classic, the sort of film that will make you check under your bed at night and then amplify into terror the midnight creaks and 3am breezes that unsettle every house at times, most especially yours. Highly recommended.


We Got This Covered by Matt Donato

A Dark Song digs its claws in and never lets go, finding horror in rituals, personal reflection and burning black-magic sensations. It’s dreadfully inviting from start to finish, with an almighty climax at just the right time.


Los Angeles Times by Robert Abele

The two leads are resolute soldiers about it all, but they’re dutifully edgy elements in a stylist’s frame instead of fully realized characters living out what is supposed to be the riskiest time of their lives.

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