IFC Midnight teams with Liam Gavin for A Dark Song

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IFC Midnight has picked up the U.S. distribution rights for writer/director Liam Gavin's Irish/Welsh psychological horror film A DARK SONG.

The film, which had its world premiere at Fantastic Fest back in September, is about 

a determined young woman hires a damaged occultist to conduct a magical ritual. The two prepare in a remote house over the course of six months, aware that any flaw in their preparations will result in deadly consequences. Risking their lives and souls, they enter the dangerous, unknown world of dark magic in the hopes it will grant them the one thing they want above all else. 

Catherine Walker, Steve Oram, Mark Huberman, and Susan Loughnane star.

A DARK SONG was produced by David Collins, Tim Dennison, and Cormac Fox. Funding was provided by the Irish Film Board and Ffilm Cymru Wales.

IFC Midnight has not yet revealed their release plans for the film, but hopefully the details will be coming soon. When A DARK SONG is released, the company promises that it will "frighten and astound" audiences. I'm always open to seeing a movie that wants to frighten and astound me.

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