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Door to Door

USA 2016
produced by
Charlie Williams (executive), Lisa Burnett (executive), Tiffany Burnett (executive), Abraham Escalante (executive), Ladonna Burnett (executive), Pierre Noghly (executive), Nichole Starkey (executive), DJ Jones (executive), Richard Navaro (executive), Bernie Corey (executive), Mick Corey (executive), John Wienholz (executive), Chris Wienholz (executive) for The Horrific Network
directed by Jimmy Wienholz
starring Charlie Williams, Pete Wittstruck, Cicily Miller, Jordan Cain, Michael Benson, Christopher Brown, Becky Fernandez, Dakota Bowers, Ashton Towne, Nick Shalita, John Kithcart, Sara Richards, Nichole Starkey, Gail Weaver, Christopher Benson, Dave Nelson, Jimmy Wienholz, LynetteTaylor-Brown, Andrea Hughes, Easton Hughes, Bianca Chayrez
written by Jimmy Wienholz, special effects by Alex Fernandez

review by
Mike Haberfelner

The Doorman (Charlie Williams) just goes from door to door offering his pills that change one's life to all those who feel they've been wronged in life, like:

  • A woman who feels her dad always chooses her sister over her.
  • A piece of white trash who feels so superior over everybody he thinks he has the right to treat his girlfriend like dirt.
  • An overweight woman who sets up fake profiles on dating sites to get men to date her.
  • A married guy who can't get it up anymore with the woman he cheats on his wife with.
  • A piece of trailer trash who's convinced he could have his successful career would be restarted if he only could get back with his wife again.
  • A greedy wannabe bossman who muses about living forever, after being diagnosed with cancer.
  • A fame obsessed mum who's sacrificing everything to getting ahead, even her family's welfare.

None of these people trust the Doorman very much at first, but all of them seem to want to make it the easy ways rather than work for it ... and thus take the Doorman's pills, which push them into some weird world where they meet their inner demon that represents their very own prime deadly sin ...


Now one can't denie this movie was made on a very low budget, so don't expect any extravagant production values or the like - but that said, it's also a film that clearly has been made with a lot of love but also by people who understand the genre, and the thing as a while as well as the segments by themselves are cleverly written in the vein of the best Twilight Zone episodes and directed with a deep understanding of the macabre rather than just going for the bloody pits. In other words, it's good genre fun!


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