Despite a climax that arguably shows too much – undermining some of the tension – the film comes to a haunting conclusion. Anchored by a fluid pace, atmospheric production design and decent performances, The Cellar doesn’t score many points for originality, but it’s a solid, spooky spin on a familiar premise.
The Suicide Forest is a real place and it’s been in the news recently. I’ve seen a couple of other horror movies that used the forest as their back drop. Obliviously it’s got a lot of stories and legends behind it and it sure would creep most people out, who needs a haunted house when you have a haunted forest.