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The Moor

UK 2023
produced by
Pawel Pracz, Paul Thomas, Chris Cronin
directed by Chris Cronin
starring Sophia La Porta, David Edward-Robertson, Elizabeth Dormer-Phillips, Mark Peachey, Vicki Hackett, Bernard Hill, Billie Suggett, Dexter Sol Ansell, Margaret Brearey, Duggal Ram, Mia Vore, Trevor Dwyer-Lynch, Leon Sowry, Leela Rose Rowland, David Taylor, Winnie Coco-Rae Simpson, Sharon Spink, Stacey Phillips-Birkett, Kieron Birkett, Gina Bingham, Simon Rothwell, Jonathan Hardwick, Velton Lishke, Olivia Miksza, Mark Williams, Aatif Ati Zafar, Holly Studolski
written by Paul Thomas, music by Nir Perlman, special effects supervisor: Scott MacIntyre

review by
Mike Haberfelner

All tween best friends Claire (Billie Suggett) and Danny (Dexter Sol Ansell) did was shoplifting some candy, but somehow Danny never made it out of the shop and instead just disappeared. The shopkeeper (Trevor Dwyer-Lynch) was eventually arrested for his involvement in the boy's disappearance and possible murder, but truth is, the boy's body has never been found, and 25 years later, the culprit is about to be released - when Claire (now played by Sophia La Porta) and Danny's father Bill (David Edward-Robinson) decide to determine Danny's whereabouts on their own, with the help of psychic Eleanor (Elizabeth Dormer-Phillips), who leads them and their team (Mark Peachey, Vicki Hackett) deep into some mysterious moor, that's already creepy and dangerous enough by itself, made all the more so by its many ritualistic stones covered in mysterious runes lying about and its population of eyeless rams. And when our heroes get cut off from civilisation by a thunderstorm, things really get out of control ...


For the most part, this is a piece of slowburn horror that derives its suspense from its eerily moody settings and the feel of unease that comes with them, and lets its story flow in a very character-centric way - whick of course is also helped by a very solid ensemble cast. But once the horror is let loose in the final act, it's in quite a shocking, take-no-prisoners way that should resonate well with every self-respecting horror fan out there, not necessarily for the things one gets to see but for the implications on things already watched. In all, a pretty awesome genre trip for sure.


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