Aroview: Creeping Wairarapa-set thriller fixed on two nurses holed up in a remote country house caring for a patient while trying to steer clear of a rampant 'nurse strangler'.
Side-stepping the gory tropes of the modern 'slasher', this was conceived intently in the style of old-fashioned spook/detective stories, and though competently executed, fails to extend beyond simple homage. Suffering also from the same fusty-ness of its buttoned-up 1930s period, this low-budget digital feature impresses most in the set department - the 'old house' is a fabulous composite of historic places in the greater Wellington area.
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2 stars (Good Try) The acting is a bit basic but it doesn't detract from its watchability. A small cast and a small production create genuine suspense in a short running time (other film makers take note).~tubbs
Local low-budget gothic thriller set in the Wairarapa.