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Hush...Hush, Nellie Oleson!

USA 2019
produced by
Lucky Charm Studio, Videoteur Media
directed by Kelly Hughes
starring Alison Arngrim, Jason Stuart, Betty Marshall, Ernest Rhoads, Jason Lockhart, Jennifer True, Raynak, JZ Murdock, Kelly Hughes (narration)
music by Odd Ericksen, Brian Fall, Andrea Fioravanti

documentary

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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So filmmaker Kelly Hughes shoots this webseries, The Mephisto Box ... and then he gets in touch with Alison Arngrim, Nellie Oleson from the series Little House on the Prairie, and having always been a fan of the series, he asks her to be in the series - to which she enthusiastically agrees, having always wanted to be in a horror movie.

Now a little background info on Kelly Hughes, he has been making horror since early 1990s, first shot to relative fame with his public access TV series Heart Attack Theatre, and later making possibly the first crossdressing zombie flick La Cage aux Zombies. His films are usually low budget and full of very crazy ideas (and The Mephisto Box would be no exception), but he makes them with an enthusiasm that's really infective - and judging from the interviews Alison Arngrim gives in this documentary, she truly enjoyed the experience and was game to even his wildest ideas - ultimately leaving Hughes with tons and tons of footage though he had no idea how to tie together, narratively ...

 

To enjoy this documentary, it really doesn't matter if you're into indie horror, if you know who Kelly Hughes is, or even who Alison Arngrim is - because it's put together so lovingly that the enthusiasm of everybody on screen (and Hughes himself behind the camera) is really transmitted to the audience. Plus, this movie also gives a good insight of how movies are done when one doesn't have a million or more Dollars on hand and has to improvise, how the creative process works differently (and occasionally runs wild) on small films, and how much fun it actually can be to make an off-the-rails horror movie.

Most definitely worth a watch!

 

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