The rare occurence of two new moons in a month is called a "black
moon", and it's said that on these occasions sinister supernatural
things are bound to happen.
... and on the night of such a black moon, a
woman (Fabienne Tournet) is lured into a pedestrian tunnle by the
whimpering of a young girl (Jamie M. Timmons) - but once inside, she finds
the girl gone, but there's something else inside the tunnle with her,
something that instills pure terror in her and doesn't let her leave ...
put it quite simply, this movie is a great exercise in pure genre
filmmaking: It doesn't waste its time on explanations let alone subplots,
doesn't even try to give the film a bigger narrative context, instead it
pretty much goes right to the jugular - but in a very effective way, using
the one set on hand to its full advantage and using every trick in the
book (and a few not in the book I daresay) to get the viewer into the
mindset of the protagonist, through camerawork and music/sound design, and
of course also a strong central performance. And it works out just
Definitely worth a look.