2017-04-02

sovay: (Cho Hakkai: intelligence)
Hey, everybody remember how I raved about Oz Perkins' The Blackcoat's Daughter (2015) last spring when it played the Boston Independent Film Festival and then did not get a theatrical release for reasons utterly unknown to me? Well, it has finally started turning up in theaters and the soundtrack by Elvis Perkins has likewise gotten an official release, so I can finally recommend both and trust that people might actually have a chance of tracking them down. Now I just need to catch up on I Am the Pretty Thing That Lives in the House (2016). And stop listening to this soundtrack on repeat, since it feels vaguely like a metaphysically bad idea, although compelling, which I suppose is the way friendships with the Devil go.
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