Full Review: THE CRESCENT (Canada 2017)

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The Crescent Poster
Trailer
After an unexpected death in the family, a mother and son struggle to find spiritual healing at a beachfront summer home.

Director:

Seth A. Smith

Writer:

Darcy Spidle (screenwriter)

This horror film from Nova Scotia, Canada has an excellent though slow beginning.  Weird colourful patterns are formed and changed, which seems to flow naturally.   Those who are in engineering or science, will be quick to realize that the patterns follow the Second law of Thermodymanics which state that the entropy of a closed system will always increase towards its equilibrium.  So, is the chaos that affects the mother and young son in the film something that will naturally occur?

The film, after the opening credits and patterns turns to a funeral service where the preacher talks about suffering…

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