Originally released as part of After Dark Horrorfest’s “8 Films to Die For” series, the Australian ghost film “Lake Mungo” has become a standalone horror classic and secret weapon. of every horror fan when it comes to providing horror movie recommendations every October.
Filmed like a documentary by combining found footage and documentary interviews, “Lake Mungo” chronicles the haunting aftermath of the death of Alice Palmer, a stricken teenage girl tragically drowned a few months earlier. After Alice’s funeral services, the Palmer family began to suspect that somehow their daughter was still with them, inspiring the family to set up a home video camera so that Alice could be seen on ice, and enlisted the help of a middleman named Ray Kemeny.
As the family comes to terms with their loss and inexplicable supernatural events, their investigation also leads to the discovery of disturbing secrets Alice kept while she was still alive. .
“Lake Mungo” is a deliberate exploration with a heartbreaking pace, but filled with some truly devastating visuals that will shake you to the bone. There’s a reason horror fans can’t stop talking about this movie all these years later, and it’s one of the most creative uses of the footage segment to be found. Don’t reveal any spoilers, make sure to stay when the credits start. You will not regret it.
Create your own nightmares by watching “Lake Mungo” on TubiTV.
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