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About the Movie
A house sitting job starts a terrifying chain of events as a woman begins to have maddening visions. From the producers of THE INNKEEPERS and HOUSE OF THE DEVIL comes what critics have called the "best horror film of 2016", “explosive” and “absolutely brilliant.”
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 23
- Fresh: 16
- Rotten: 7
- Average Rating: 6.2/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: Using the simplest of settings - and familiar genre devices - Mickey Keating's horror outing "Darling" manages to conjure an effectively unsettling miasma.
Rotten: More likely to dull by repetitive creep than memorably rattle the senses.
Fresh: As rip-offs go, it's a well-done, memorable one.
Fresh: Keating ... crafts his own stylish take on the psycho and haunting genres in between winks to the classics.
A Let Down
In my humble opinion, this film uses lots of creepy music and sound effects coupled with quick flashes of imagery to try and generate suspense and tension, but fails to do so. I see people referencing classic horror, but really all it does it create a film that is more imagery than substance with a lackluster story that left me very unfulfilled at the end. I will say the lead actress does a good job based on the material at hand, but the whole experience for me was a big let down. It’s 78 minutes I’ll never get back and $7 I wish I spent on something else.
Boring boring boring
All style, no substance. Predictable and dull like a terrible 90s music video.