The people in Forres don't work. Between 9 and 5 they dissolve into the pubs, where the light shines as a warm glow in their midst. Then the stranger Bodkin arrives into town. He has come ... See full summary »
Original does not always mean good and Dark Highlands proves it. Do not be fooled by the (as of now) above average rating. This is a slow-burn, low-budget horror movie that I can only describe as tedious. Like I said there is some originality here, but it is ultimately lost in a boring, convoluted art-house style film that lacks any polish or substance. There is some action but little dialogue and by the time it is all said and done, I was just happy it was over. Pass. 3/10
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