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[Review] ‘A Dark Song’ is a Flawed Occult Chamber Piece

Tensions fray between an occult practitioner and a desperate mother in Liam Gavin‘s flawed chamber piece, A Dark Song. Struggling to come to terms with the death of her young child, Sophia (Catherine Walker) turns to dark magic to relieve the unbearable pressure of her grief. After procuring a large isolated house in rural Wales, […]
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