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Bachelors Grove

USA 2014
produced by
Ricardo Islas, Steven Walanka (executive), Ned Ricks (executive) for Alpha Studios
directed by Ricardo Islas
starring Tim Krueger, Suzy Brack, Ned Ricks, Sheree Bynum, Joyce Porter, Richard Pryor jr, Jennifer Lenius, Marco Garcia, Tonia L. Carrier, Marc Peurye, David Scott Crawford, Danny Glenn, Bruce Spielbauer, Diana Serna, Mike Schiff, Melody Oates, Mahogany Monae, James R. Gray, Martha Reddick, Jamie Lee Kearns, Jason Vitiritti, Sean Athy, Jamie Ze, Al Cain Ballard, Norma Serna, Charin Alvarez, Yvonne Nieves, Catherine J. Hood, Harold Dennis, Giuliana Islas, Yocelyn Grin, Ticia Martyr, Dan Olson
written by Ricardo Islas, Ruth Camargo, music by Daniel Smith, special effects makeup by John Vitiritti, Cheyenne Martin

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Decades ago, a bunch of young men and women wanted to sacrifice a girl in a Satanist ritual at Bachelors Grove Cemetery ... but ultimately they didn't - but since, their almost sacrifice Megan (Diana Serna) has spent her days in the asylum in a catatonic state due to the traumatic experience.

In the here and now, John Duncan (Danny Glenn), who has just been let off, kills his family and then himself, so does the local priest (Richard Pryor jr) - and the one thing the two had in common was they were among the Satanist youngsters (but had since gone on to live respectable lives). The other former Satanists start to panic, and their ideas how to deal with the situation range from hiring a local medium (David Scott Crawford) to just go and lynch Megan - because maybe they owe her to Satan ...

Victoria (Sheree Bynum) was years ago attacked by her own father the very same way Bachelors Grove's priest killed his family, so she travels there to investigate and find closure.

At the same time, yound Lindsay (Jennifer Lenius) finds out she's actually the daughter of Megan, and now she wants to see her and possibly get her out of the asylum.

But by that time one of the former Satanists (Suzy Brack) has fallen under an evil spell and starts to hack up people including her own family, while another of them (Tim Krueger) organizes a lynch mob to kill Megan for good ... and somehow the whole situation comes to a head at the Bachelors Grove Cemetery ...


Bachelors Grove is basically a nice little piece of horror cinema, one that manages to tie up multiple storylines into one intense story arc, finds the right balance between atmosphere and gruesomeness, and that's character-centered rather than built upon spectacle. Now add to that a directorial effort that exceeds above just going for the jugular, and a competent ensemble cast, and you've got something really nice.


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