Ginger Nuts of Horror
Alex Davis recently chatted to writer and director Phil Stevens about his film Flowers.
Abstract and surreal, Flowers is a return to the dark art-house horror film. A movie that tells it’s story in silence. Without any spoken dialog and surrounded in a cryptic and dark visual atmosphere, Flowers is a film that builds on the journey and not the destination.
Six dead women wake up in the crawl space below their killer’s house only to discover that they are trapped in their own limbo and purgatory. The house itself contains many rooms revealing hints and clues to their past lives and how they’ve come to end up where they are. One by one and alone, each girl is forced to accept their fate or remain in place, between the walls of a rotting house.