The Canal (DVD)
Cinema Archivist David Williams lives with his wife, Alice, and their 5-year-old son, Billy. All seems well until David begins to suspect that Alice is cheating on him. His anxiety is then compounded by a bizarre coincidence at work: cataloguing a film-reel from 1902, he learns that his home was the site of a brutal series of murders by a man named William Jackson, who slew his wife for being unfaithful and drowned both of their children in the nearby canal.
As David’s suspicions grow, a shadowy figure of a man, who resembles Jackson, starts to appear to him and David becomes convinced that this “evil supernatural presence” that inhabits his house, never ever wants him or his family to leave.
- Won the Scariest Film at the BloodGuts UK Horror Awards 2014.
“A fascinating blend of old school and new world horror, the most atmospherically creepy film since The Orphanage.” - Progressive Pulse
“A masterful psychological thriller.” - The Examiner
“Dark and Scary” - Bloody Disgusting
“An effectively creepy ghost story" - Village Voice