Originally titled February, Osgood Perkins’ debut film was a festival hit in 2015 and has now been picked up for wider distribution by A24 under a new title, The Blackcoat’s Daughter. The film is a bleakly desolate slow burn, harkening back to such classics as Rosemary’s Baby and Let’s Scare Jessica to Death with its brooding atmosphere and emphasis on perpetual unease and dread rather than jump scares. It’s a remarkable debut, signaling the arrival of a real talent.
ALBUM DESIGN BY: Jay Shaw
By Elvis Perkins
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