Here, they discuss the tonal difference between Inside and Livid: “It is true that Livid is less gory and extreme than Inside. We wanted to change registers. It reflects another aspect of genre that we also love. A more atmospheric cinema, more based on suggestion rather than demonstration. If we had to compare it, it is more old school fantastical more like HAMMER movies. But we cannot change who we are and there are still some scenes that are quite violent!”
And I’m sure their latest is quite warped, too.
Below you’ll find two pieces of concept art that were presented on the TIFF blog.
Dimension Films will be released the film here in the U.S.
Synopsis: It is Lucy’s first day as a caregiver. She visits Mrs. Jessel, a lonely old woman who lies in a coma in her large remote house. Hearing of a treasure that Mrs. Jessel, a celebrated dance teacher, has supposedly hidden for years, Lucy and friends, William and Ben, decide to search for it. At night, after crossing the heath, they break into Mrs. Jessel’s house, and enter its darkness. It won’t last long before they discover the most unexpected treasure, as well as the true identity of Mrs. Jessel, who just woke up…