Reviewed by edwinjamescalin
on 29/03/2016 10:53

The images and the sounds  all contribute to the eeriness of this film.  The viewers  are made to become aware of the different scenarios on that particular pub.  A few late-night patrons are seen and with it the viewers are made aware of the  fragments of thoughts going on in their minds and consciousness.  No sign of blood nor violence, almost all of the images depicted here are to be perceived on a  level beyond what the naked eyes can see. Nonetheless the images aim to intrigue and to invite the viewers to delve more into the mystery of it all.  The presence of worms somehow elicited a queasy feeling but  in terms of cinematography  it is laudable in such a way that it  succeeded in exhibiting the dark and eerie quality that the film aims to achieve.