Director: Christopher Denham
“This is the kind of slow burn, believable descent from childhood into insanity that Rob Zombie wished he had captured in his Halloween remake.” - Dread Central
Actor Christopher Denham (Charlie Wilson's War) turns in a creepy-as-hell filmmaking debut of the hand-held, fictional ‘found footage' style that sees one family's Norman Rockwell existence turn into a bloody nightmare.
From Halloween to Easter, the holiday home videos of a Lutheran pastor (Adrian Pasdar from Heroes) and his child-psychologist wife reveal something worryingly awry with their ten-year-old twins. Why are the children stapling frogs to trees?
Home Movie culminates in a chilling final act that is guaranteed to leave everyone shell-shocked - especially the parents in the audience.
Director Christopher Denham received an award for best up-and-coming filmmaker at last year's Sitges film festival.
South Korea, 2007
“Puts the ‘grim' in Grimm.” - Variety ... After a distracted Eun-Soo plows his car into the forest, the helping hand of a small girl guiding him to the warmth of the House of Happy Children see… More »
USA, South Korea, 2009
“Simply one of the best films about childhood ever made.” - Village Voice ... Two young sisters in South Korea find themselves suddenly packed off by their single mother to live with their aunt i… More »
“A gruelling, grimly effective British chiller.” - Screen International ... The directorial debut of My Little Eye screenwriter James Watkins, Eden Lake sees a middle-class couple's idyllic weeke… More »