Aaron Poole in the make-up chair.
Rodrigo directs Vanessa Redgrave.
Mitch Markowitz with Post City Sound's Pino Halil.
Charlotte Sullivan in studio.
Composer Mercan Dede with friend.
The Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh
“Magnificent. A whole new direction in which to take
the narrative experience in filmmaking.”
-AIN’T IT COOL NEWS
“The horror community needs more films like this.”
-BLOODY GOOD HORROR
“You’ll be thinking of this movie days, or weeks, after viewing it.”
“A desperately sad, haunting meditation on faith, belief, and who we are
versus who others would like us to be.”
“Reaches heights rarely attained in contemporary horror.”
“A psychological pincer movement. ”
-SOUND ON SIGHT
-TORONTO FILM SCENE
"A movie that should be seen and not read about."
ROBOT MAN MACHINE
“A breath of fresh air.”
- FILM REEL
“One of the best horror films of the year.”
-UNDER THE GUN
“Will echo through your consciousness. ”
“Pushes all the right buttons.”
-KPBS RADIO NEWS
“A consistently compelling creep-show.”
-THE CONDUIT SPEAKS
-SAN FRANCISCO WEEKLY
-THE MIND REELS
-JORDAN FOXWORTHY AT CANNES
–EL BUQUE MALDITO
“Essential viewing. ”
“Horror filmmaking at the height of beauty and thought-provoking terror.”
-ALL THINGS HORROR
Buenos Aires Rojo SangreFilm Festival
Morbido Film Festival
AUDIENCE JURY PRIZE
Siena International Film Festival
South African Horrorfest
An antiques collector (Aaron Poole) inherits a house from his estranged mother (Academy Award winner Vanessa Redgrave) only to discover that she had been living in a shrine devoted to a mysterious cult. Soon, he comes to suspect that his mother's oppressive spirit still lingers within her home and is using items in the house to contact him with an urgent message.