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As part of the new Blumhouse horror movie series, Nocturne goes inside the halls of an elite music arts academy, where timid musician Juliet (Sydney Sweeney) wishes she could be more like her more accomplished and outgoing twin sister Vivian (Madison Iseman). When Juliet discovers a mysterious notebook belonging to a deceased classmate, she becomes obsessed with the scribblings and sheet music inside. Juliet starts to become more emboldened as she competes with her sister in both music and love -- with dangerous results.
Apostle stars Dan Stevens as a troubled man in the early 1900s who travels to a remote island incognito to rescue his sister, who was kidnapped by a sadistic religious cult. The first part of the movie is a slow-burn mystery, but by the second half the story turns into a crazy bloodbath full of mythology and murder.
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