I know what your thinking: we don't need another apocalypse movie. Thankfully, this is a great one.
Essentially a slightly more upbeat version of "The Road", this film is about a man and a little girl he just met trying to survive the apocalypse as they search for her father.
A whole lot of nihilism goes on and it's glorious. Also, the End credits are silent. No music during the End credits, a hard thing for movies to pull off but this one does beautifully.
I enjoyed this immensely.
"Angels of Darkness" (as it is known in the United States) is a gothic coming-of-age story with a bit of vampirism thrown in as a metaphor. It's actually very similar to Mary Harron's "The Moth Diaries" from a few years back.
Starring the luminous Eleanor Tomlinson as teenage Lara who befriends orphan Carmilla and flirts with vampirism as an act of rebellion.
Relentlessly mediocre as one Kurt Halfyard likes to say (love ya Kurt! Kisses)