‘The Canal’ Starring Rupert Evans (The Boy) Among 10 Horror Films Worth Watching On Netflix! | Nothing Uncut

The score and sound design are incredible and truly heighten the scary moments. – The Film Experience


The Canal, starring Rupert Evans (The Boy, The Man In The High Castle, Hellboy) has been named “Among 10 Horror Films Worth Watching On Netflix” by Nothing Uncut.  Written and directed by Ivan Kavanagh, The Canal movie is described as a “polished indie psycho-thriller full of macabre twists and nerve-snapping tension” by Stephen Dalton of the Hollywood Reporter.  With the score by Ceiri Torjussen (TestUnderworld: Evolution, Hellboy) released by Lakeshore Records, THE CANAL makes for a great scary movie night feature film!

The Orchard presents THE CANAL, now streaming on Netflix.



Set in rural Ireland, THE CANAL stars Rupert Evans (Hellboy) as David, a film archivist with a morbid fascination for old films in which the subjects have since died. Right after learning that his wife (Hannah Hoekstra) may be cheating on him, she mysteriously disappears at the same time that his assistant Claire (Antonia Campbell Hughes) finds an old reel of film that points to a murder that took place in his house a hundred years ago. David starts to suspect her disappearance may involve some form of the supernatural but he also quickly becomes the prime suspect.


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