Horns (2013) Directed by Alexandre Aja 6.5/10 From the director of a lot of mixed quality horror films comes an interesting fable like story that could end up being a cult favourite for some. It takes place in the aftermath of the main character's (Daniel Radcliffe) girlfriend's (Juno Temple) mysterious death, where he awakens with horns sprouting from his forehead. The set up in the first 20 minutes does not feel promising but then it all swings around in an interesting direction and has a weirdly entertaining tone. However the film does have its share of problems with maybe running too long, a third act exposes the wobbly mythology a little and a culprit that is all too easy to pick from the early stages. The night scenes look pretty good but the daylight scenes remind me of the glossy cheapness of Twilight and the like. In the end this was a refreshing tale that whilst far from perfect at least felt original and for that it can me commended.