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The Night Sitter

USA 2018
produced by
Cristian Quintero, John Rocco, Jeffrey Reddick (executive), Carol Rocco (executive), Vito Rocco (executive), Thomas Louie (executive), Cordelia Rocco (executive), Jerome Tannenbaum (executive) for Roller Disco Massacre
directed by John Rocco, Abiel Bruhn
starring Elyse Dufour, Jack Champion, Jermaine Rivers, Amber Neukum, J. Benedict Larmore, Ben Barlow, Bailey Campbell, Joe Walz, Deanna Meske, Manny Sandow, Luna Devika, Victoria Graham, Alyx Libby, Scott Marche, Jazmine Yurtin, Riley Gallagher, Madeline Grayson, Tahany Hmaid, Amanda K. Morales, Deanna Rashell
written by John Rocco, Abiel Bruhn, music by Rob Himebaugh, special makeup effects by Ben Rittenhouse

review by
Mike Haberfelner

When paranormal investigator/occult enthusiast Ted (Joe Walz) goes on a date with Charlotte (Deanna Meske), he hires young Amber (Elyse Dufour) to babysit his son Kevin (Jack Champion) and Charlotte's son Ronnie (Bailey Campbell), both lively kids around ten years of age. Now Amber looks nice and responsible enough, so Ted doesn't even care that she doesn't have any recommendations or the like, and at first everything seems fine even. Sure when her wannabe boyfriend (J. Benedict Larmore) shows up, things get a bit weird, but that's more his fault than hers. But Amber does indeed have an ulterior motive, she actually wants to ransack Ted's place, that's said to be full of priceless artifacts, and for that she has called her accomplice Rod (Jermaine Rivers) and his girlfriend Lindsey (Amber Neukum). However, what Amber and company don't know is that Kevin and Ronnie have since found the Book of the Three Mothers among Ted's belongings, and somehow summoned the Three Mothers, witches who are really into dishing out gory deaths. Enter neighbour Vincent (Ben Barlow), who seems to be the only one who knows how to fight the witches - but it's doubtful whether he's of real assistance of doesn't unintentionally make things even worse ...


Ok, despite the inclusion of the "Three Mothers", this movie is hardly Suspiria - and it doesn't for one minute claim to be, instead it's a fun little romp that sure delivers its goods in terms of gory deaths, but is also very light-footed, even humourous in approach, so as to present the viewer with more than people running and dying. And of course it also helps that the characters are all fleshed out, and some care was put into the set-up to make it not sound like every other film of the genre. Plus, of course, a solid cast who seem to be in on the joke also help making this one fun movie.

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