Once you see In Fabric, you’ll never try a dress on in a department store change room the same way again. You see, In Fabric is the tale of a dress. But not a normal dress. A dress that, once worn, unleashes a malevolent curse and unstoppable evil.
From acclaimed horror director Peter Strickland, this is a film with a disturbing soundtrack, a twisted cast of characters and a finale worthy of the freakish plot. Voyeuristic, highly original and creepy, it leaves you feeling unsettled. Which is exactly what a good horror film should do.
Uniquely British and interspersed with bizarre comedic moments which alleviate the weirdness, In Fabric is an odd film, but one that retro horror aficionados will enjoy.
Reviewed by Lisa Seltzer