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Dark Watchers: The Women in Black
Men in Black: The Dark Watchers

UK 2012
produced by
Melanie Denholme, Philip Gardiner, Warren Croyle (executive) for Reality Entertainment
directed by Philip Gardiner
starring Melanie Denholme, Eirian Cohen, Val Monk, Rudy Barrow, Lee Roberts, James Earnshaw, Jessica Messenger, Nikki Webster
written by Philip Gardiner, music by No Redemption, Sylvana White, Wes Dolan, Orchis, Slainte, Janet Baies, Taylor Howard, Freakhouse, Tom Fahy, special effects by Philip Gardiner

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Alexis (Melanie Denholme) believes in UFOs, and this belief is important to her, is a central part of her life, so she goes to the beach every afternoon, on UFO-watch. Her roommate Lorna (Eiran Cohen) usually comes along for the ride. She doesn't believe in UFOs, but somehow she wants to belief, if also for her friend's sake. Then one day something weird happens: One day when returning from UFO-watch, the two girls notice it's four hours later than usual, and while Lorna figures they must have just forgotten the time and Alexis watch is slow, Alexis is convinced they have been abducted. Their roommate Sammy (Val Monk), who doesn't care for UFOs for even one bit, thinks it's all nonsense anyways.

Alexis's  friend, UFOlogist and documentary filmmaker Terry (Lee Roberts), stops by and tells Alexis htere have been several other reports of people losing exactly four hours all over the world. He also tells the girl of people who have lost these four hours developing pitch black rashes. Sure enough, both Alexis and Lorna soon develop black rashes. Then one day, Terry turns up at their doorstep again, in shock and sick and unable to speak. The girl take him in to take care of him, but then suddenly he disappears into thin air ...

Things get creepier all the time: The girls receive weird messages on their phones, as if someone is summoning them to somewhere. Then there is a man in black (Rudy Barrow) lurking around the house, and he seems to be able to enter and leave the house at will, not to be kept out by locked doors or the like, and he has the ability to render himself invisible. Anf inally, all three girls develop black rashes that soon cover most of their bodies. Suffice to say, they are scared shitless ... before they ultimately find out something that turns their self-reception on its head.

 

Dark Watchers: The Women in Black might not be the most original film, storywise, but more than even in Philip Gardiner's other films, the story takes backseat here. Instead, Gardiner concentrates on building up an atmosphere of sheer terror - and he succeeds admirably, not only considering the modest budget he had at hand, making expert use of camera set-ups, music, editing, and the limited range of effects at his disposal. A good cast of course doesn't hurt, either, nor does the fact that the plot, despite being secondary, is standing on solid foundations regarding UFOlogy and the like.

Recommended, actually!

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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