News is coming out of the American Film Market that IFC Midnight has picked up the US distribution rights for A Dark Song (review), the occult horror flick from Liam Gavin. No release date has been given.
a determined young woman hires a damaged occultist to conduct a magical ritual. The two prepare in a remote house over the course of six months, aware that any flaw in their preparations will result in deadly consequences. Risking their lives and souls, they enter the dangerous, unknown world of dark magic in the hopes it will grant them the one thing they want above all else.
IFC Midnight released a statement, stating, “Liam Gavin demonstrates a remarkably unique eye in A DARK SONG, an unnerving film that we’re confident will both frighten and astound audiences. We are very excited to be working once more with XYZ films and with Liam to release his film in the US.”
Produced by David Collins, Tim Dennison and Cormac Fox, A Dark Song stars Steve Oram and Catherine Walker.
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