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Source: The Hallow (2015) Check out David Sharp’s review of the The Hallow at Beneaththeunderground. Here’s a quick summary of the movie from the review:
The Hallow (2015)
Director: Corin Hardy
In this British and Irish co-production, a British conservationist moves his family to a small town in Ireland, a town that borders a forest that the man is tasked with surveying for land prospectors. In a very Straw Dogs or Wicker Man sort of way, after ignoring the warnings of locals, the family finds themselves in a battle of survival with a group of ancient creatures that reside in the old forest.
Here is a fascinating perspective on fiction by Neil Gaiman: ‘Face facts: we need fiction’ | Books | The Guardian.