25 Best Ghost Movies of All Time – Oprah Mag
Tales of grief often lend themselves to the horror genre. You have Hereditary, a contemporary take on possession, as well as The Changeling, Don’t Look Now, and others on this very list. But Lake Mungo, which indeed uses the aftermath of tragedy as its springboard into terror, is different. Executed as a pseudo-documentary, this Australian fright film plays out over interviews with a family who are mourning the death of their 16-year-old daughter while also fearing the presence that has now taken up residence in her room. Um, chills.
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