“Tianna’s increasingly intense performance does a superb job of keeping the audience on tenterhooks, forcing you to question whether what you are witnessing is a by-product of delirium or if there really is a “logical” supernatural explanation.” The Sublet: Review – SCREAM

“A slow-burner at its core and set almost exclusively in the titular abode, Ainslie makes crafty use of affecting character arcs and a perplexing sense of unease and unpredictability to ensure the film’s narrative and suspense never flounders. This is competently complemented by Tianna Nori’s perfect blend of maternal charms and psychotic chills and her shrewd delivery is guaranteed to lure you down to the darkest depths as her character’s life changes start to take their terrifying toll. Her increasingly intense performance does a superb job of keeping the audience on tenterhooks, forcing you to question whether what you are witnessing is a by-product of delirium or if there really is a “logical” supernatural explanation. This is further enhanced by some abstruse sequences that are sure to throw you off guard. A prime example is a particularly Lynchian scene involving two cops who give Joanna the third-degree, posing questions that throw a massive spanner in the works forcing us to question absolutely everything we’ve witnessed up until that moment…” [READ MORE] – Scream The Horror Magazine

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