Tuesday, 17 January 2017
I AM THE PRETTY THING THAT LIVES IN THE HOUSE 
It's a simple story of a young live-in nurse that discovers her newest client's isolated country house has a history with things that go bump in the night.
Instead of using jump-scares and excessive gore, Pretty Things relies on prolonged unsettling atmosphere to creep under your skin which makes it hard to shake off. Most modern horror fans will probably find themselves yawning and texting instead of enjoying it's near poetic creepiness. Similar to Lynch or Polanski, Perkins conjures up the sense of even though there's nothing there, you can't help but feel something is constantly watching from the dark corners of the room or the other side of the door. It's the perfect film to watch alone in the dark and get completely lost in it's ominous allure.
4 dried lilies out of 5