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Devil's Tower

UK 2014
produced by
Ed Kear, Jazz Lintott, Curtis Roc, Dominic Burns, Lyndon Baldock (executive), Vinnie the Swede (executive), Robin Maxwell (executive) for Hawthorn Productions, Templeheart Films
directed by Owen Tooth
starring Roxanne Pallett, Jason Mewes, Frances Ruffelle, Jessica-Jane Stafford, Emma Buckley, Eddie Webber, Amelia Linney, Rebecca Gadsby (voice), Sylvia Robson (voice), Jazz Lintott, Peter Barrett, Jill Myers, Larry Waller, Adam Dakin, Alison Carroll, Rob Law, Jessica Ann Bonner, Nathan Morris, Ed Kear, Amed Hashimi, Deborah Burns, Josh Nolan, Steven Dolton, Gloria Savage, Holly Henderson, Amanda Leavesley, Maisy James, Jessica Messenger, Jon Glentoran
written by Adam J. Marsh, music by Angus Mcleod, songs by Vasey, You Slut!, special effects makeup by Jayne Hyman

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Because she just can't get along with her abusive mom (Frances Ruffelle), and after months of living in the streets, 18 year old Sarah (Roxanne Pallett) is moved into a run-down, low maintenance block of flats, that's inhabited by all sorts of weird people, some enjoyably eccentric, some just mean, some downright creepy, and definitely none the kind of quality you'd like your neighbours to be - and the caretaker (Eddie Webber) is even worse, sticking his nose into everybody's business while neglecting his own. Also, the top floor of the house is vacant, and everybody says it's haunted, and there are squatters in the building, putting up camp in empty flats - and two of them, Sid (Jason Mewes) and Paul (Jazz Lintott) actually break into her place, assuming it's unoccupied (though interestingly enough, while Paul goes missing soon after, Sarah strikes up a friendship with Sid). But all of this doesn't seem all that disturbing compared to the fact that gruesome murders happen in the building, time and again, and there is some dark force controling this murders, someone who's fascinated by Sarah and wants her into a story according to his or her bidding - too bad the story involves zombies ...


Devil's Tower is one of the little horror films that gets it right: Sure, it might have been low budget, but it gets the best out of its limited locations, puts its emphasis on storytelling rather than spectacle, and even if the story drifts into the absurd at times, it's well told. Add to this good and likeable characters played by a competent ensemble cast, a very nicely paced build-up and finale, but first and foremost a tendency to actually have fun with the genre, and you've got yourself a likeable piece of genre cinema that's sure to be appreciated by more than just hardcore fans of the genre.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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