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A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio

Argentina 2019
produced by
Michael Kraetzer, Nicolás Onetti, Carlos Goitia for Black Mandala
directed by framing segment: Nicolás Onetti, Luciano Onetti; segment directors: Jason Bognacki, Joshua Long, Adam O'Brien, Matthew Richards, Sergio Morcillo, A.J. Briones, Pablo S. Pastor, Oliver Park
starring James Wright, Clara Kovacic, Camilo Levigne, Ian Costello (voice), Michelle Costello (voice), Kera O'Bryon, Karle E. Landler, Nicole Alexandra Shipley, Marem Hassler, Chris Mammone, Emily Tassone (voice), Stella Charrington, Melanie Zanetti, Kathryn Marquet, Edie Vann, David Breen, Harper Atkinson, David Nerman, Ingrid Falaise, Hugues Saint Louis, Kevin Dee, Gregory J. Fryer, Leah Vandenberg, Tim Ferris, Pippa Van Wijck, Claudia Beattie, Albert Goikhman, Raymond Thomas, Julia Farrell, Rachel Clayton, Sez Wilks, Madeleine Hogan, Jason Walker, Louisa Bland, Gabriel Carrubba, Darcy Cornwallis, Brendan Joseph Guerin, Marina Romero, Adrián López, Patricia Arizmendi, Ismael de las Heras, Rocío Vela, Antonio Zancada, Abbi Chally, Strange Dave, Mellisa Chally, María Forqué, Ramón G. del Pomar, Rachel Winters, Isabelle King, Alex Holden
concept by Michael Kraetzer, screenplay by Guillermo Lockhart, Mauro Croche, Aline Bognacki, Jason Bognacki, Joshua Long, Julien Maisonnyeuve, Peter Skovsbo, Matt Richards, Juan Moreno Somé, A.J. Briones, Pablo Pastor, Oliver Park, music by Luciano Onetti, Keith Ruggerio, Jessie Breckon-Thomas (= The Screaming Machines), Christian Rivest, Ned Beckley, Jesús Calderón, Vivien Villani, Roly Whiterow, Matthew Walker

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Late night radio host Rod (James Wright) entertains the audience of his phone-in show with macabre stories from all corners of the spectrum: There's the woman (Marem Hassler) with a soul so dark she has to wear the skin of others to be seen even, there's Mary (Stella Charrington), whose mother trains her to photograph corpses, much against her will, then there's hairdresser Silvio (David Nerman) who's so convinced he's responsible for the fame of a Hollywood starlet (Ingrid Falaise) that he uses some horrible means to convince her of it, there's killer Willie Bingham (Kevin Dee), who has killed a woman and who is to be punished in a novel legal procedure pay for his crime by his limbs being amputated one by one to ultimately serve as a bad example to be exhibited in high schools, there's also dancer Marta (Marina Romero), who seems to share her apartment with a particularly nasty demon, while another demon (Strange Dave) lures a little girl (Abbi Chally) to the corpse of her mother (Mellisa Chally), there's the hunter (Ramón G. del Pomar) whose prey just happens to be a naked woman (María Forqué) - who might be more than just that -, and then there's Lydia (Rachel Winters), who's spooked shitless by some ghost who has gained entrance to her apartment. While telling all these stories, Rod more and more notices there's something wrong in his studio, creepily wrong. And it all has to do with his own past wrongdoings ...


A Night of Horror: Nightmare Radio is a very eclectic mix of horror shorts from all around the world, only loosely held together by its framing story (that has its own pay-off though), shorts that differ vastly in style and approach - but are all put together very slickly and all push the horror factor of the movie as a whole. As a result you'll probably like some segments more than others, but you will be hard-pressed not to see the inherent quality in all of them as these shorts seem to be carefully chosen by fans of well-made horror. And the result is a pretty awesome ride through the darker corners of its makers' minds that's sure to please the dedicated horror fan.


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