What would you get if you crossed the body horror of David Cronenberg, the surrealism of David Lynch and the domestic danger of Michael Haneke? The answer would be something eerily Familiar.
In a relatively short 23 minutes Powell manages to create a fully fleshed out (pardon the pun) and believable world while still injecting the flights of fantasy and horror associated with the genre. It may take some ridiculous twists and turns but that doesn’t really matter when it’s all so well made. Read full review here.