The Deep Dark review by Danielle O’Neill

the deep dark

Part of FrightFest at Glasgow Film Festival 2024

UK Premiere

“It’s 1856, and in the historic coal mines of Northern France, a group of miners find themselves trapped in the subterranean depths after a cave-in.”

Director: Mathieu. Turi
Cast: Samuel LeBihan, Amir El Kacem, Jean-Hughes Anglade.

It’s a creature feature for the grown ups, characters had depth which was refreshing for the genre and the archaeological setting beneath a mine provided interest as well as intrigue.  The tension built slowly to an ultimate bloody finale.  Easy to watch and plenty of excitement to be had along the way.

Danielle Young, March 2024

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