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New From IFC Midnight – Psychological Thriller “Kindred”

Tamara Lawrance as “Charlotte” in Joe Marcantonio’s KINDRED. Courtesy of IFC Midnight. An IFC Midnight Release.

IFC Midnight are swiftly becoming a big name in indie horror with some top-notch output over the last couple of years such as A Dark Song, The Clovehitch KillerI Trapped the Devil, and more recently Relic. Coming soon in November is Kindred from director Joe Marcantonio, previously known for Corvidae.

IFC Midnight describes this as a psychological thriller rippling with suspense, following vulnerable mother-to-be Charlotte (Tamara Lawrance) as she is taken in by her recently deceased boyfriend’s mother (Fiona Shaw) and her stepson (Jack Lowden), who seem increasingly obsessed with her every move. Plagued by mysterious hallucinations, Charlotte’s suspicions grow about Margaret and Thomas’ intentions for her unborn child.

Kindred is available in select theaters, digital & cable VOD November 6. Meanwhile, take a look at the latest stills of Kindred below, and we’ll bring you more news and a review soon!

Tamara Lawrance as “Charlotte”, Fiona Shaw as “Margaret” and Jack Lowden as “Thomas” standing
Tamara Lawrance as “Charlotte”, Fiona Shaw as “Margaret” and Jack Lowden as “Thomas” in Joe Marcantonio’s KINDRED. Courtesy of IFC Midnight. An IFC Midnight Release.
Charlotte, Margaret and Thomas sit at a dining table
Tamara Lawrance as “Charlotte”, Fiona Shaw as “Margaret” and Jack Lowden as “Thomas” in Joe Marcantonio’s KINDRED. Courtesy of IFC Midnight. An IFC Midnight Release.
Charlotte walks towards a grave outside the house
Tamara Lawrance as “Charlotte” in Joe Marcantonio’s KINDRED. Courtesy of IFC Midnight. An IFC Midnight Release.
Thomas plays the piano as Charlotte looks on
Tamara Lawrance as “Charlotte” and Jack Lowden as “Thomas” in Joe Marcantonio’s KINDRED. Courtesy of IFC Midnight. An IFC Midnight Release.
Charlotte sits in a shabby looking room with an old pushchair behind her
Tamara Lawrance as “Charlotte” in Joe Marcantonio’s KINDRED. Courtesy of IFC Midnight. An IFC Midnight Release.

Also take a look at this Q&A with the cast of director Joe Marcantonio’s previous movie Corvidae, which includes the first scenes.

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Written by Matt Armitage

Once in charge of the Film Department, Matt now roams in the shadows of 25YL—like a ronin—always alert for the misuse of em-dashes and bad alt text. These days he enjoys harassing PR companies for free films and beating writers until they agree to write about said free films. Also, webmaster. I write on occasion, mostly about weird stuff nobody else cares about.

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