Forty years after the events of the original Woman in Black, Angel of Death brings a new cast of characters to Eel Marsh House (and its malevolent inhabitant). Fleeing from German attacks during World War II, a group of children and their teachers evacuate the city and take refuge in the dilapidated seaside residence. Relieved to be away from the warfront, the children begin exploring Eel Marsh House while the adults settle in – preparing to wait-out the war in the countryside.
However, when Edward (Oaklee Pendergast) starts acting strange, and scaring the other kids with stories of a shadowy ghost roaming the halls of the house, Eve Parkins (Phoebe Fox), begins to notice unexplainable phenomenon of her own – with haunting parallels to her own life. Yet, as Eve digs deeper into the mysteries (and tragedies) of Eel Marsh House, one thing becomes increasingly clear – the new occupants might have actually been safer back in war-torn London. (From screenrant.com)
A road of violence, crime, endless guilt and despair.
Welcome to Bang Bang Alley.
Bang Bang Alley is a Filipino anthology film presented by first time filmmakers Ely Buendia, Yan Yuzon and King Palisoc. The movie is three-part movie moulded by violence, drama, and desperation at the same time giving away a distinct Filipino context. Continue reading “Movie Review: Bang Bang Alley”