A Date with Ghosts
Dereck Beilby, Jason M.J Brown for Tricky Films
directed by Jason M.J Brown
starring Sadie Kime, Jason M.J Brown, Deborah Carlin, Chloe Clark, Louise Beilby, Laura Spencer, Niel Ford Johnson, Dereck Beilby, Mark Childly, James Cosgrove, Lewis Asher, Kaleigh Bull, Jack Foster
written by Jason M.J Brown, music by Adam Fraser, digital effects by Jason M.J Brown
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Alex (Sadie Kime) and her boyfriend Lee visit an abandoned monastery
Alex had dark visions about ... and suddenly they find themselves trapped
on the vast abbey grounds with no way out - and monks chasing after them,
monks that don't seem to be quite from this world. What's worse though,
these monks are on a kiling spree and seem to collect bodyparts.
Eventually, Alex and Lee are separated, and when they cross paths again,
Alex sees Lee brutally slaughtered, and she only escapes because she
manages to chase off the monk with a crucifix ...
Jack (Jason M.J Brown)
and Claire (Chloe Clark) have been spending quite some time on the
premises and have thus learned how to evade the monks, and have been
desparately trying to find a way out, but with little success. What's
worse, they have found out the monks want to open a door to hell - and
that's hardly ever a good thing. They have no idea how but they plan to
stop the monks - and when entering the church on the premises, they find
Jade, who the monks seem to have a special interest in. But ultimately
they fail trying to save her. Eventually, they bump into Alex, and now
they have to make a final attack on the lair of the monks to ... well,
pretty much save the world. But the odds are totally against them ...
Date with Ghosts is one of those little horror movies that don't waste
much time with lengthy explanations but pretty much throw us into
creepiness right away, that don't care too much about plausibility as long
as the effect is insettling - and it's one of the films that fare all the
better for it. Horror afficionados will surely pick up parallels to
Amando de Ossorio's Blind
Dead movies, or maybe Lucio Fulci's Gothic
Trilogy, but above all else it's really accomplished
atmospheric filmmaking, comprising of nice camerawork, getting the most of
some really great locations, a solid cast, and well-placed shocks and
Totally worth a peek!