Movie Review: “The Blackcoat’s Daughter”

Hi everyone! I hope your week was great! I’m so glad it’s finally Friday! The independent horror movie, “The Blackcoat’s Daughter” was recently shared with me. I’ll be honest with you…I’m not really into horror movies that much. I’d rather catch myself laughing or even crying over a chick flick. 😀 “The Blackcoat’s Daughter” kept my attention for sometime though. I wanted to tell you a little bit about it in case you’re a horror movie fan. Two girls, Kat and Rose are left by themselves at their Catholic prep school, Bramford during winter break. It’s pretty strange their parents forgot to pick them up! It’s eventually revealed that Kat’s parents died. The new friends experience all kinds of creepy visions and evil forces during their stay at the New York School. The movie makes you feel scared because of all of the dark colors in it. Joan, a strange woman and psyche ward patient is trying to reach Bramford as soon as she possibly can. The girls’ and Joan’s story will somehow coincide in a really crazy way. If you’re into blood, gore and straight up craziness, you might enjoy this independent flick. Be aware of the chopped up body parts and stabbings! Ayy! Put the kids to bed or send them elsewhere if you plan on watching it. Be sure to cuddle up with your significant other while you watch it. “The Blackcoat’s Daughter” can be viewed in select theaters. If it’s not in your area, it may be available on DirecTV on Demand. If you’re in El Paso, you can watch it at my new favorite movie theater, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema for the next few days. Have a great weekend everyone and I’ll see you soon!     


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