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To Jennifer III: From Jennifer

USA 2016
produced by
Hunter Johnson, Frank Merle, James Cullen Bressack (executive), Warren Croyle (executive) for Lone Morsel Productions
directed by Frank Merle
starring Danielle Taddei, Derek Mears, Meghan Deanna Smith, Tony Todd, Aaron Abrams, Neil W. Garguilo, Trae Ireland, Kurt Maloney, Christopher Mathieu, Ryan Marsico, Travis Richardson, Justin Michael Terry, Jenny Brezinski, Mike Capes, Curtis Kingsley, Keith Korneluk, Flannery Maney, Jason Murphy, Devin Reeve, Raymond Vinsik Williams, Christian Ackerman, Sarah Allyn Bauer, Charles Chudabala, Emily Dahm, Erin Killean, Jordan Mitchell, Alex Napiwocki, Emlee Vassilos
written by Frank Merle, based on a concept by James Cullen Bressack, music by Kevin MacLeod/Incompetech

To Jennifer

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Jennifer (Danielle Taddei) is a young actress in Hollywood - and not a very successful one ... to a point that her best friend from acting school, Stephanie (Meghan Deanna Smith) steals all her jobs. Why? Because Stephanie is successfully marketing herself, doing a daily vlog about ... nothing in particular, really, but her fans seem to like it. Jennifer's agent (Tony Todd) tells her to vlog as well, but Jennifer's just not particularly good at it ... and then a sextape of her and her ex (Aaron Abrams) drops and totally ruins her reputation. Jennifer is completely shattered at first - but then she sees the silver lining and she decides to vlog about the total corruption of the vlogosphere ... and to that end hires socially awkward Butch (Derek Mears) as her muscle to kidnap some of those who have shared her sex video to embarrass them in front of the camera, which to some extent would vindicate her in her opinion. Thing is, Butch might be loyal to her to a fault, but he's also a homicidal sociopath, Jennifer herself has temper issues, and a bumbling policeman (Trae Ireland) has picket up her trail - which all make her best-laid plans veer off into a completely different direction ...


First off, despite being executive-produced by James Cullen Bressack, #FromJennifer has very little to do with the original To Jennifer (or its sequel 2 Jennifer) other than it's a found footage film about a psychopath with someone called Jennifer in it - but that's a good thing, really, as #FromJennifer comes off as a highly original piece of dark humour and Hollywood satire that has palpable fun with its concept but also knows when and how to set its shocks, and it's carried by a bunch of performances that are very likeable despite the fact that these persons are total psychopaths.

Great macabre fun!


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Tales to Chill
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a collection of short stories and mini-plays
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and your Ex wants
to make up ...
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A Killer Conversation

produced by and starring
Melanie Denholme
directed by
David V.G. Davies
written by
Michael Haberfelner
Ryan Hunter and
Rudy Barrow

out now on DVD