- H4 2012
Paranormal Farm 3: Halloween
Mumtaz Yildirimlar for My Production, My Spotlight Independent
directed by Carl Medland
starring Carl Medland, Mumtaz Yildirimlar, Lucy French, Darren Earl Williams, Caroline Burns Cooke, Robert Gray, Nicole Faraday, Harvey Smith, James Dixon, Sophie Dixon, Cora Dixon, Keith Rawkins
written by Carl Medland
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Paranormal investigator Carl (Medland) and his cameraman Taz (Mumtaz
Yildirimlar) pay yet another visit to the farm they've investigated in the
previous episodes, just to have the owners Lucy (French) and Darren (Earl
Williams) to sign release forms and film a bit of behind-the-scenes
footage for the DVD release. And of course, creepy stuff starts to happen
pretty much upon their arrival, with both Lucy and Darren being attacked
by their shopwindow dummies. But on the plus side, Carl discovers he has
some ESP powers.
Soon enough, Carl and Taz get drawn into a mystery,
that of the death of the neighbour's girl Sarah. Sarah's mum (Caroline
Burns Cooke) is a psychic herself, so eager to help with the
investigations, while her dad starts to act really weird when talking
about her death. Also, there's obviously some kind of creature out in the
fields that at one point even attacks Carl - but thing is, the creature
doesn't fit into the story at all (at first).
Things really start
folling though when Lucy's daughter Jessica (Nicole Faraday) stops by for
an unannounced visit, and things start to roll into a totally unexpected
Now if you're not into found footage movies, Paranormal
Farm 3: Halloween might not be your thing, and admittedly, the film at
times falls for the talkiness inherent to the genre and could probably
have been shorn off half an hour without losing any of its key plot
points. At the same time though, the film tells a really well-constructed
story that combines its found footage trappings with a good old-fashioned
murder mystery (with supernatural undercurrents) rather handsomely, and
the finale is pure excitement for sure without sacrificing its story for
effect. And a relatable cast really make this one worthwhile for sure.