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In a British seaside town, Maud is a young care worker desperate to find her purpose in life. Having recently converted to Christianity, she is now a devout follower of the religion, often praying to God for guidance. Her latest patient is a cancer-ridden ex-dancer named Amanda who – much to Maud’s disapproval – continues to drink, take drugs and have sex, despite her illness. Maud soon comes to believe that she has been sent there for a reason – to save Amanda’s soul – and is willing to go to extreme lengths to do so. ‘Saint Maud’ is a well-crafted psychological horror, full of powerful imagery, that builds to a startling climax.
A dark folk tale set in 19th century Snowdonia which sees a teenage girl attempting to protect her family from various threats.
14+ years 82 mins
Psychological horror about a family torn apart by a sinister presence in 17th century New England.
16+ years 93 mins
In a strict English girls' school in the 1960s, a fainting outbreak occurs after the pupils are rocked by a tragedy.
16+ years 100 mins
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Religion and horror converge in the female-fronted British horror film Saint Maud whilst visually impressive war movie 1917 leads this week's DVD releases.
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