You had me at Gidget!
More films like this, please! Independent cinema in a nutshell. Beautiful shots and scenography are the key to this film. At first, I thought there were too many separate storylines, but it all turned into a nicely looking horror. The Blackcoat's Daughter is great for all fans of independent films, not only those who adore the horror genre.
Remember the 2010 one? Beautiful post apocaliptic scenery (based in Mexico near the US border), only two characters, all made sense. Seeing it at the movies made it almost exceptional. I wasn't sure what I was going into, but I came out satisfied. What was the point of moving Monsters to the Middle East? I mostly fast forwarded to the monster parts and other action scenes, because there is no other way to watch it. Absolutely pointless, don't watch this one. If you're into post apocaliptic horror without zombies (I know right? Awesome) watch Monsters from 2010.