Carmilla review (Soho Horror Film Fest – Pride Edition)

Piper De Palma’s Carmilla shows that loneliness can be deadly, as a woman taking in a relative stranger turns potentially deadly.

In terms of queer coding, there is the overriding theme of being tempted by a good looking stranger.

Carmilla as a character is wild and care-free whereas her counterpart is more reserved and withdrawn.

Albeit short, ‘Carmilla’ does well to slowly unpeel its plot and although the tropes may be well trod, this remains quite a slick production.

Carmilla screened as part of the Soho Horror Film Festival – Pride Edition.

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