David Knight - 27th Nov 2007

If you go down to the woods tonight... well, Hundred Reasons have vacated the place, making way for an altogether spookier affair involving a blindfolded, pregnant girl terrorised by demonic audio tape. Ridiculous as that sounds, it works. In fact it's clever.

Directed on a shoestring by Blake Claridge of Woking-based Middlefield Pictures for a portentiously-named but really rather good band with a double-A side single just out on Transgressive - appropriately the other half is another Eighties-influenced melodrama called Motherhood.

David Knight - 27th Nov 2007

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