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The Suppression of Hannah Stevenson

The Exorcism of Hannah Stevenson

UK 2022
produced by
Jason Parker, Mike Hogan (executive) for J Parker Film
directed by Jason Parker
starring Tom Hogan, Hannah Rose, Edward Gist, Joshua Davey, Charlotte McEvoy, Zuzana Spacirova, Josh Alexander, Howard Lewis Morgan, Marine Laurencelle, Fern Gasson, Charlie Downes, Sash Lake, Joanna Weiss, Ian Furey-King, Savannah Hall, Akara Heart, Laura Fergus, Phoebe Mulcahy, Melenie Abba, Aaron R Dorey, Emma Georgeson, Rosie May Cook
written by Jason Parker, music by Eva Ajbrin, special effects makeup by Eleanor Hills

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Hannah (Hannah Rose) and Matthew (Tom Hogan), a young couple, are on their first trip with one another, leading them through rural Poland. However, while they're honestly in love with one another, things aren't going especially well in the bedroom, mostly because she has just come out of an abusive relationship. Now Matthew tries to spice things up a bit by buying some sexy lingerie for Hannah, but that only leads to an argument after which Matthew leaves their lodge for some air - and when Hannah goes looking for him, she stumbles upon gypsy Eliska (Charlotte McEvoy), who gives her a potion to free her inner self. Now this seems to work fine that night when Hannah's in bed with Matthew, only the next day she's gone, running through the woods in nothing but lingerie, and it soon becomes apparent, also outwardly, that she's possessed by some demon or other. Matthew enlists the help of a local, Traian (Edward Gist), to track her down, not knowing that Traian, his estranged brother Codrin (Juoshua Davey) and Eliska are all part of a larger story revolving around possession, sexual subjugation and even murder that Hannah and Matthew have involuntarily become pawns in ...


Now this is a film that doesn't exactly re-invent the horror genre, but it's pretty good for what it is, a piece of folk horror with sexual undercurrents that leaves more to the imagination than it actually plays out, and relies more on atmosphere than trying to explain everything away. And thanks to an elegant directorial effort, locations really befitting the story, and a solid cast, this has turned to be a really nice piece of genre cinema.


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