The Sundance Film Festival hit The Hallow is arriving here in the States on November 6th, 2015, Bloody Disgusting learned.
The Hallow, which we reviewed and loved, is directed by Corin Hardy, who is on the plate for The Crow if it ever gets off the ground.
In the film, “Deep within the darkness of secluded forest land in rural Ireland dwells an ancient evil. Feared by the nearby superstitious villagers as cursed creatures who prey upon the lost, their secrets have been kept from civilization and remain on their hallowed ground. But when a conservationist from London moves in with his wife and infant child in order to survey the land for future construction, his actions unwittingly disturb the horde of demonic forces. Alone in a remote wilderness, he must now ensure his family’s survival from their relentless attacks.”
Here’s some hype that came attached with the synopsis:
With his feature debut, acclaimed visual stylist Corin Hardy displays an innate talent for the macabre, approaching the medium with a cocksure confidence in his construction of the modern horror fable. Relying upon a precise and layered technical elegance, The Hallow seethes with an uncommonly sophisticated terror that uncoils effortlessly into an atmosphere of disquieting intensity and primal dread.
The film stars Joseph Mawle, Bojana Novakovic, Michael McElhatton and Michael Smiley.
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