Film: The Transfiguration Review

Genre: Drama / Horror- Release date: 21 April 2017  Cert: 15

A young boy Milo (Eric Ruffin) lives on a housing complex in NY, where he is bullied by his peers. His taste for blood and love of horror movies presents a lost soul. What is unclear is how, if at all he became a vampire. Milo finds the equally lost Sophie (Chloe Levine) and they form a relationship which is threatened when she discovers his dark secret. Sophie’s character gives the lonely Milo someone to talk between plotting his next kill. There is the mention of an absent mother who is missed after taking her own life subtlety telling us that this the root of his “abnormality” and that he is in fact not a vampire but a deeply troubled boy who needs help. But director Michael O’Shea leaves you to make up your own mind. Ruffin’s acting convinces us that there is some substance to this story. Stars Eric Ruffin and Chloe Levine. Director: Michael O’Shea.

AltA rating: 3.5/5

Book tickets: https://www.cineworld.co.uk/films/the-transfiguration

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