Film director James Lee explores the relationship between two estranged siblings in his latest horror film, Two Sisters, opening in cinemas on April 18.
“Two Sisters will have some jump scares, but I am not going overboard with [them],” explains the 45-year-old director.
Lee believes that overdoing the scares will make the film end up looking silly, which is the last thing he wants for it, adding that “the jump scares have to suit the story”.
Lee should know as he has directed several horror films in the past, such as The Claypot Curry Killers and Histeria.
He explains that Two Sisters is a psychological horror film that is plot- and character-driven.
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