NOCTURNE - Review

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NOCTURNE
Rated: Not Rated
Release Date: October 13, 2020
Director: Zu Quirke
Stars: Sydney Sweeney, Madison Iseman
Plot: Twin sisters compete for a coveted spot in their art school's senior recital while dealing with the suicide of one of their peers
 
Clint Says: Definitely worth streaming as soon as you can
 

 

NOTE: This film is part of a unique collaboration between Amazon and Blumhouse Television. The two studios have released four films over the last two weeks, and are doing several virtual party screenings called "Welcome to the Blumhouse" through Fantastic Fest and Fangoria.
 
We all know that the arts are very competitive, but this film takes that competitive nature to a new and creepy level. 
 
Of the four films in this collection, this one is the creepiest. I wouldn't say that any of them are scary, but this one gets the closest to it. It is filled with suspense, betrayal, sabotage, and incredibly good music. 
 
From the opening scene until the end credits this film will captivate you. Even in its darkness it has an ethereal beauty to it that draws you in and holds you. 
 
If you are someone that loves creepy movies, but isn't really into the slasher horror flick stuff, this is a great film for you. It will give you all of the thrills and chills you could ask for. This is a great choice for a evening on the couch trying to get into the Halloween spirit. 

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