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  Finale on DVD
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  In the style of Dario Argento, ‘Finale’ is a stylish and surreal horror film with all the hallmarks of a cult classic. It is of low budget and independent origins and has enjoyed much success on the USA festival circuit picking up no less than 5 awards along the way.

A family descends into a vortex of denial and paranoia after the death of their oldest son. Though labelled a suicide, the bizarre circumstances lead his mother, Helen to believe there are darker forces at work. Black paint was thrown over every mirror in his house, an explosive trap set in his bedroom and a woman from his past haunts the cemetery where he lies buried. But when Helen's investigation threatens to ruin the life of her daughter and possibly her own sanity, she realizes there is but one escape from this nightmare world - the very route attempted by her dead son.

Written and directed by John Michael Elfers, a self confessed Dario Argento fan, the film is something of an ode to the great Italian horror films of the 1970’s. A fast and furious opening sequence sets the pace and doesn’t let up – this is one that horror fans are going to love! Unleashed on DVD on Monday 14th March!

  Graeme Clark [3 Mar 2011 at 21:00]
     

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