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Malevolent (2018)

Movie Title: Malevolent (2018)
Director: Olaf de Fleur Johannesson
Stars: Florence Pugh, Celia Imrie, Ben Lloyd-Hughes
Release Date: 5 October 2018 (USA)
Genres: Horror
Format: MatRoska (Mkv)
File Size: 700MB
Language: English

Malevolent is an unusual beast: it was made in the USA, filmed in Glasgow, directed by a man from Iceland; it stars just a couple of moderately famous faces and is the best Netflix Original horror film I’ve seen… Honestly, I’d rather put this laptop down and go watch it again.

Ben Lloyd-Hughes plays Jackson, a resourceful yet cash-strapped young man, who has failed with a number of get-rich-quick schemes but has one now that works: he manages a little team who will “cleanse” homes of spooks and spirits

The main star of that team is his sister Angela (played beautifully by Florence Pugh), who pretends to have a gift of communicating with these spirits and can, therefore, ask if they “would consider leaving” the house in question. Then there are two others – Eliot (Scott Chambers) and Beth (Georgina Bevan) – there to look techy and wield equipment borrowed from the local university, where Angela is currently too distracted to pass her course.

Malevolent (2018)

We see a fairly typical assignment where they leave a homeowner satisfied – just to set the scene of who they all are – but during that gig, Angela starts to wonder if she really can see ghosts after all.

And then, Angela picks up a call from Mrs Green (the fabulous Celia Imrie), which is where Malevolent‘s main story starts. Mrs Green’s home used to house foster children, some of whom were apparently killed by a family member some years ago, but now she is hearing screams and – naturally – wants them to be quiet.


Of course, I’m not going to tell you what happens when they get to that house; and I’d suggest you avoid the trailer… just go with the images, the cast’s reputation and my recommendation, and watch the film. It’s not long, but it’s also unhurried, while still packing an effective punch.

Most of the cast is young, though extremely effective: every one is well cast, though Florence Pugh stands out. She’s been in some pretty serious dramas, including MarcellaThe Falling and the lead in Lady Macbeth; and apparently, she’s going to go on to King Lear and Little Women next year (via a less serious role in The Commuter). In Malevolent, her Angela cares deeply; both for her family and the people her brother’s little initiative claims to help. She’s very clearly burdened and it’s heart-wrenching to watch at times… but she impressed me and I’m going to seek out those other titles.

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