Psalm 21 [DVD] 
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When popular Stockholm priest Henrik learns of his father's death from a drowning accident, he travels through the dark, endless forests to reach the desolate village in order to investigate the mysterious death. However, his arrival at the village begins to set dark forces into motion, opening a door to the other side where ghosts from the past begin to cross over into the real world. And the ghosts seem to have one single purpose... Vengeance. Suspenseful, thrilling and darkly creepy, PSALM 21 is terrifying journey from the very gates of hell.
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The passage from The Bible to which the title of the movie refers is very much dealing with a God of the Old Testament. Plenty of fire and wrath and destruction of evil-doers. Fertile ground for those looking for a foundation for their horror movie!
Firstly, allow me to comment on the special effects. As far as I'm concerned, they're top notch. CGI is not overused and the effects are there to enhance the story rather than being the centrepiece of the movie.
Jonas Malmsjo is the focal point of the movie as priest Henrik Horneus and carries this burden well while being ably supported by the rest of the small cast. There are some fairly predictable plot devices in this movie (priest with issues, mysterious family living in the woods, broken down car...) but keep in mind, it is a horror movie and some things require explanation before the film can progress any further!
I generally find the inclusion of religion in a horror movie is a little cliched and has been done to death within the genre. Not so with Psalm 21. This Swedish horror takes a slightly different direction, with the penultimate scenes being particularly powerful. The ending could be considered controversial by those with more conservative views but I would suggest that it is entirely in keeping with the tone of the movie and works very well, and suprisingly for a horror movie, delivers a strong moral message.
Some may be put off by the fact that this is a Swedish movie with English subtitles.Read more ›
the packaging is perhaps a touch misleading. this is a slow burning, creepy, dark film with a murder mystery element to it. it is a great film and should be seen by any horror fan who isn't afraid of subtitles
I have watched this film 2 or 3 times since I first saw it several years back and still find nothing to fault it.
The story is actually quite an intelligent and rewarding one about a man confronting his demons - but many of the reviews I've seen completely miss the point of the film, not helped perhaps by the misleading reviews on the back of the dvd.
Another thing - if you can't read sub-titles why even bother to write a review !!
The final scene in the church is brilliant- though I can see some narrow-minded hypocrites of the type portrayed might feel otherwise !
I would rate this more as a ghost story,I would advise anyone to watch it with the lights on as it really is quite eerie. The chap who plays the priest investigating his father's mysterious death is an excellent actor. I very much enjoyed this film and would recommend it.
Again nothing to do with the supplier, he delivered on time.
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Dithering idiot that I am,I didnt read that the movie is Swedish and isnt dubbed and only subtitled,so didnt watch as I find watching subtitles is distracting and I cant return it... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Malcolm McDonald