German director Jan Zabeil’s beautifully crafted sophomore narrative feature, Three Peaks, is a truly disturbing film.
It’s a horror story without any gimmicks, ghosts, ghouls or goblins. There is no paranormality of any sort.
In fact, the story, unfolding in a pristine mountain setting, revolves around a very normal modern threesome — two adults and a child — who take a family vacation in a relatively isolated cabin. Continue reading on CINEMA CITIZEN.