” This is an extraordinary film. Visual poetry. Night Kaleidoscope is what you would get if Jean Rollin had directed Trainspotting.” – British Horror Revival
Night Kaleidoscope is the third feature from Award-Winning Director Grant McPhee, and his first foray into the horror genre. Shot in just one week on a shoestring budget, Night Kaleidoscope is a lush, visceral, visual experience that harks back to the Giallo films of the 70s with its bold colour palette.
Shot predominantly at night, as the name suggests, Night Kaleidoscope transforms Edinburgh’s cobbled backstreets into a dark dreamscape brimming with supernatural menace, where reality fuses with the surreal in a psychedelic haze.
Written by Chris Purnell and Megan Gretchen.
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