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Dooms Chapel Horror

USA 2015
produced by
Christopher Bower, Jason Denton (executive), Darcey Denton (executive), Jason Turner (executive), Kyle Davis (executive), Meghan Davis (executive), Jeremy Lee (executive) for Atomic City Studios, AGS Productions, Red Band Films
directed by John Holt
starring Austin Madding, Abby Murphy, Josh Cornelius, Shaun Gerardo, Bill Oberst jr, Joshua Mark Robinson, Wendy Keeling, Alan Walters, Steve Crowle, Kyle Davis, William Ryan Watson, Easton Lee McCuiston, Christopher Bower, Brandon Brockwell, Nate Hargrove, Keagan Haney, Rebecca Lines, Hank Quillen, Caleb Shore, Andrew Wiggins, Adam Moyers, Keirstyn Crown, Corianne Egan, Barbie Clark, Julie Howard, Mallory Panuska, Haley Howland, Rick Bucy
written byJason Turner, music by Josh Coffey, Dooms Chapel Hymn written by Alex Lane, performed by Jessica Lee Wilkes

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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11 years ago, when still a child, Kyle (in the flashbacks played by Easton Lee McCusiton) lost his brother Ryan (William Ryan Watson) in a freak farming accident, which Kyle feld partially responsible for. Now Ryan was the pride of the town, the top quarterback, a ladies' man, a good guy, and whatnot ... and somehow, the whole town held Kyle responsible for Ryan's death, something that quickly spun out of control.

Now, Kyle (now played by Austin Madding), a film school graduate, decides to return to his hometown with his girlfriend Mandy (Abby Murphy), his best mate Tanner (Shaun Gerardo), and a video camera, because they want to make a documentary out of it.

Back in his hometown, Kyle is quick to rekindle his friendship with Henry (Josh Cornelius), the sheriff's (Steve Crowley) son ... but other than that, everybody seems to still bear a grudge against Kyle, be it his arch enemy Samuel (Joshua Mark Robinson), or some bullies that were once friends of Ryan's and now want to finally lynch Kyle - but then the bullies are found dead, brutally slaughtered, and even though he couldn't have committed this crime, he seems to be somehow responsible ... and the key to it all might be local cult leader Jordan (Bill Oberst jr), a man who has been at conflict with the law more than once, and whom Kyle seems to know a lot better than he ought to. But it soon becomes clear there's more going on in this stretch of the woods than just a borderline insane cultleader - but nobody has the slightest idea what ...


The Dooms Chapel Horror is found footage flick, murder mystery, evil cult horror and monster movie all rolled into one ... and it works like a charm: For starters, the story is very well told and keeps you guessing until the end without just confusing the audience to hide narrative shortcomings, the found footage approach does for a change not stand in the way of proper, in a good way old-fashioned suspense, the movie drops the approach when the story demands it, and overall the shocks are well-set and don't stand in the way of atmosphere. And add to that a very solid cast and you've got yourself a pretty good movie.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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