A Discovery of Witches’ Teresa Palmer and Steven Cree reunite in Finnish director Taneli Mustonen’s horror mystery. They play parents Rachel and Anthony who move to Finland to rebuild their lives with surviving son Elliot (Tristan Ruggeri) following the tragic death of his twin Nathan .
Mustonen helmed enjoyable 2016 horror Lake Bodom and The Twin is a similarly agreeable-but-aggravating flick. The Lanarkshire Live app is available to download now.
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Veteran British star Barbara Marten plays the seemingly kooky and paranoid Helen with enough sympathy and determination to make us question whether she is the only one who knows exactly what is going on.Read more on dailyrecord.co.uk