Darling (2016) Horror Movie Review

Darling (2016) Horror Movie Review

Mickey Keating might be the most promising young horror director in the business, but is his latest foray into the horrors of the 1960’s worth your time? Let’s find out.

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Myke D says:

'Darling' was an extremely well written and creepy film in the vein of films like 'The Eyes of my Mother' and 'Goodnight Mommy'. Dark, mysterious, and very very twisted. I loved every second of it!

HandSome_AssWhole says:

just watched this film last night, the bitch was nuts….I think the homeowners know whats going on in the house or at least that's what I'm assuming. this film reminded me of a modern day pyscho. she was like the female version of norman bates . I usully don't like black and white films but the way it was shot in black and white was cool with me so I didn't mind. it definitely is one of those movies that you might have to re- watch a few times to analyze things that yiu may have missed, but it wasn't a boring movie at all.

Shree Dove says:

I recently watched Darling and I loved it. Not only did the story work for me, but it is beautiful to look at and extremely well acted.

Soulus says:

I don't think she was crazy (at first) but she was a deeply and emotionally scarred woman which I think made her more susceptible to the influences of whatever was in that house. Great movie. loved it.

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