Now making the festival rounds is the UK indie When the Lights Went Out (previously Speak No Evil). Check out the official poster that reminds me of various direct-to-video covers that have saturated the market over the past few years.
“Based on true events, the Pat Holden-directed thriller is set in Yorkshire, 1974. Britain is in recession, the oil crisis and black outs loom large. The Maynard Family move into their dream house, only to find a “PRESENCE” already living there.
Len (Steve Waddington), Jenny (Kate Ashfield) and their daughter Sally (Tasha Connor) must struggle to keep their already-fragile family together as they are attacked by poltergeists. Soon it becomes apparent that Sally is their main focus of attention. The house becomes a living nightmare. They must exorcise the evil spirits for them to survive.”
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