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Cinton Road

USA 2019
produced by
Steve Stanulis, Noel Ashman, B. Luciano Barsuglia, Richard Grieco, Maurice DiVirgilio (executive), Jodi Hussey (executive), Frank Mandarino (executive), Shmuly Brummel (executive) for Chaos Productions, Growing Tree Productions
directed by Steve Stanulis, Richard Grieco
starring Ace Young, Erin O'Brien, Cody Calafiore, Katie Morrison, Lauren LaVera, James DeBello, Sarah Pribis, Ice-T, Vincent Pastore, Eric Roberts, Carlos Leon, Bo Dietl, Margo Urban, Derek Ross Mackay, Samantha Mackay Alcantara, Steve Stanulis, Katelyn Pearce, Richard Grieco, Cheyenne Elliott, Noel Ashman
written by Derek Ross Mackay, music by Robert Aquato, special effects makeup by Amber Reid Duba

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Michael's (Ace Young) wife Jessica (Sarah Pribis) has disappeared on Clinton Road, and even though he has since moved on to another girlfriend, Kayla (Lauren LaVera), he has never gotten real closure - so when Jessica's sister Isabella (Katie Morrison) and their friend Gianna (Erin O'Brien) suggest to ask psychic Begory (James De Bello) for assistance, he's all for it, and even Kayla, who doesn't believe in any of this, wills in as she figures that might finally allow him to move on. So they, plus sarcastic doubter Tyler (Cody Calafiore) meet Begory on Clinton Road one night for a séance - and this is where things get totally out of hands: Begory falls into a trance, our heroes get split up, get lost in the woods surrounding Clinton Road that prove to be a regular maze, and the people they come across in the woods might not be entirely human, or at least not entirely alive, and soon our heroes start falling one by one ...

Ice-T plays the manager of the club our heroes first meet, Eric Roberts has a very short scene as himself trying to get into that club.

 

Now Clinton Road might not exactly reinvent the horror genre, storywise - but as a "haunted wood"-story it's pretty good at what it does, putting atmosphere and tension over violence and action, making perfect use of its forest settings, refusing to over-explain and instead draw the audience into the proceedings quite naturally, and having the characters act and react rather rationally and naturally rather than making them morons for narrative shortcuts. All that makes it rather cool genre fun that horror afficionados are sure to enjoy.

 

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