Neon Frights Reviews ‘MATRIARCH’ Ahead of Glasgow Horror Fest Premiere
Matriarch is a Scottish horror film set to premier at Glasgow Horror Fest 2018. We are extremely excited to share the film with horror fans at the festival. The cast and crew will be attending the premier, and taking part in a Q&A after the screening.
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Matriarch is up for the Neon Frights award for horror feature films. Check out Neon Frights review of the film below:
A quiet drive through the stunningly beautiful and tranquil Scottish countryside turns into a journey into depravity and despair when an unexpected car crash leads a couple to seek help from strange locals. Matriarch shows a couple’s desperate fight to stay alive while trapped in a remote farmhouse inhabited by an evil and sinister family.
With its slick production values and realistic acting, Matriarch takes you to places where your mind doesn’t want to go and is nothing short of an emotional roller coaster. There is nothing scarier than being alone and lost in a place you don’t know, but being held captive against your will is the stuff of nightmares.
Matriarch is a powerful horror / thriller film which builds on your own fears and plays with them in ways you won’t expect. The movie is an original, thrilling and disturbing survival story which delves deep into the horrors of being stranded in a rural hell. While many independent horror films take influence from elsewhere, Matriarch finds its own niche on its own soil and runs with it.
Matriarch is an impressive, thought-provoking film which leaves you wondering what would happen if you ended up in the same situation.
Score: 5 / 5