Cuthbert, who plays Keira Woods in the horror flick about a woman whose daughter mysteriously vanishes in the cellar of their new country house, stayed at a cottage during the peak of lockdown while filming was taking place.
Speaking about her experience, Elisha said: “I got whisked away to Roscommon and they shoved me into an amazing little cottage where I quarantined by myself. It was one of the best experiences filming in my entire career. I would go back in a second,” she said.
“Roscommon really did evoke a lot of the mood that we wanted. There was something kind of whimsical and somewhat spooky in the evenings. So I think to film there is genius!
“The countryside is so exquisite. The country is a character and story in itself”.
The movie, directed by Brendan Muldowney and shot at locations across Roscommon, is currently showing in cinemas nationwide.