Nina Forever is an excellent British horror film and – as the tagline says – one “fucked up fairy tale”.

When Holly falls in love with her co-worker Rob, she immediately discovers he still has a relationship with his ex-girlfriend, Nina.

The only problem? Nina is dead… and is summoned back into their lives whenever they have sex. As Rob and Holly begin to adjust to the idea of Nina literally sharing their bed forever, Holly’s relationship with Nina develops and everything spirals out of control.

Nina Forever is a bold, smart, sharp, funny, bloody and beautifully demented horror film, with some superb performances and themes. Expertly crafted by filmmakers Ben Blaine and Chris Blaine, Nina Forever plays like a psychological drama twisted with a blood-soaked fable of love and loss.

Definitely worth a watch.

NINA FOREVER, poster, Abigail Hardingham, 2015. © Epic Pictures Releasing

NINA FOREVER, poster, Abigail Hardingham, 2015. © Epic Pictures Releasing

Nina Forever
4.7Overall Score
Concept: “A superb idea”
Performances “Bold and believable”
Gore: “Not very gory… but very very bloody”
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