Harvest Lake :- Watch Harvest Lake on Youtube on Fire,Five friends fall under the seductive influence of a libidinous, otherworldly presence that threatens to change their lives forever.Before I get into the meat of the review, I want to make this abundantly clear. Everybody here at FDTC are huge fans of Forbidden Films and Mostly Harmless Pictures. Found, Headless, Time To Kill and Run are all personal favorites of mine that I believe give new life to indie horror in their own unique ways. So when we found out about the collaboration between the two, I was beyond excited for what was coming. The result was Harvest Lake and I am going to go out of the way and say this right now. Harvest Lake is far more than what I expected. In fact, I will say without reservation that this film is both the most mature film and the best film both companies have ever made.I won’t get too deep into the story because doing so would be a grave disservice to any viewer, but here’s the basic premise. A group of friends go out for a vacation to an isolated lake deep in the woods. Things then slowly goes for the group. Sounds pretty much like every other cabin in the woods film, right? Well trust me, this is far different than you’d think.The biggest difference between Harvest Lake and any of it’s contemporaries lies in it’s execution. Unlike any other movie of this ilk, the filmmakers took a slow burn approach. This movie isn’t about wild gore or rampant nudity(not that there’s anything wrong with wild gore or nudity, mind you). No, what Harvest Lake goes for is the atmosphere and the lingering shroud of darkness that slowly overtakes the group. It makes every minute that passes by more tense than the last, culminating in a fever dream of debauchery, darkness and corruption.
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Drama, Fantasy, Horror
Release: 12 March 2016 (USA)
IMDB Rating : 75/100
Director: Scott Schirmer
Stars : Jason Crowe, Ellie Church, Tristan Risk |