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All Eyes

USA 2022
produced by
Emily Calhoun, Adam Greenlee, Alex Greenlee, Todd Greenlee, Janice Pellam, Laurie Cummings, Tab Pierce, Jeff Greenlee, Lisa Greenlee for Homefront Pictures
directed by Todd Greenlee
starring Jasper Hammer, Ben Hall, Danielle Evon Ploeger, Nick Ballard, Laurie Cummings (voice), Jeremy Parr (voice), Claire Kaplan (voice), Michael Fox, Jesse Stevens, Becky Ross, Danielle Roach, Alex Greenlee, Jeff Greenlee, Lisa Greenlee, Zachary Perry, Andrew Rathgeber (voice), Jake Akuna, Emily Calhoun, Skyler Davenport, Jay Dee, Joe Bianco (voice), Erin DeCoursey (voice), Patrick Northrip, Kelsey Hightower (voice), Will Hutchison (voice), Bill Mecca (voice), Maurice Wan (voice)
written by Alex Greenlee, music by Paxin Tenebris, special effects by Jeff Greenlee, Dwayne Martin, James Wray, Kela Kelln

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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After a phone-in guest (Nick Ballard) has apparently shot someone dead on his podcast, host Allen (Jasper Hammer) is fired from his job, and while he decides to drink his pain away (Danielle Evon Ploeger) has a better idea, who not do a story that's so strong that the station just has to take him back. And among the many letters from hopefuls who want a spot on his show, she also picks just the right guy, Don (Ben Hall), who wants Allen to join him on a monster hunt in honour of his deceased wife. It's a tailor made story as it's got heart and human interest wrapped into a good bit of sensationalism. Thing is, when Allen shows up at Don's, he doesn't find the old man very warm, and he comes across as a backwoods conspiracy theorists, living on a god-forsaken farm in the middle of nowhere, USA. And the monster hunt is not what it's made out to be either, it's pretty much like fishing, sitting on folding chairs with a few beers waiting for the monster to come out of the woods for the laid out bait - only the monster never shows. And yet Don believes in his quest, why else would he have the premises and even his house booby-trapped. Allen on the other hand is ready to give up when they happen upon a bunch of men and women in hazmat suits apparently after the same thing they're after - and they're not exactly friendly. And trying to deal with them, Don accidently sets his booby traps in kill-mode and is promptly killed, leaving it to Allen to fend for himself, with only some sketch notes on how to avoid getting killed. And this is of course when the monster shows up as well ...


All Eyes is basically a fun monster movie, first and foremost maybe because it doesn't follow any genre formula too closely - so much so that the monster appears for the first time relatively late in the finale - but spins its own original yarn that at times owes more to early slapstick cinema - like when the house's booby traps start to attack Allen - than anything even remotely to do with creature features. But that all this works nevertheless is thanks to a very clever script, a directorial effort high on tension and suspense but not devoid of irony, and a strong small ensemble cast - and the outcome is just a very entertaining, enjoyably unusual genre movie.


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