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USA 2016
produced by
Jeremy Crowson, Daniel L. Bamberg for Suncrow Productions
directed by Scooter Lee (segment Mosswood Motel), Daniel Emery Taylor (segment Evil She), Chuck Hartsell (segment About the Neighbor), Jeremy Crowson (segment Sirens of Black Woods), Daniel L. Bamberg (segment The Virgin Witch of Mosswood, Intro)
starring segment Mosswood Motel: Kevin S. Van Hyning, Tobias Elmore; segment Evil She: Paula Marcenaro Solinger, Jim O'Rear, Tim Wangle, Elizabeth Crowson; segment About the Neighbor: David Bunzey, Wanda Morganstern, Scott Tepperman, Jack Teague, Shelly Wehunt, Amanda Strickland, Kellen Green, Justin West; segment Sirens of Black Woods: Robert W. Hill, Dallas T. Taylor, Justin Kelly, Connor Hinkle, Tamara Summers, Rachel Marie Wilson, Tabitha Davis; segment The Virgin Witch of Mosswood: Nicole Kruex, Boogie Dabney, Carl Donovan, Jason Henry, Rich Mansfield, Lane Demos, Stacey Garaca, Milorad Djomlija, Jeremy Vandiver, Daniel Emery Taylor, Ruben Wehunt, Jim Mosley; Intro; Tammy Thomas, Evan Crowson, Rachel Marie Wilson, Jon Peterson
written by Daniel L. Bamberg, music by Jeremy Crowson, special makeup effects by Desiree Bellomy, Kandice Bamberg, Joshua Hester, creature effects by Barry Perkins

review by
Mike Haberfelner

A writer (Kevin S. Van Hyning) stops by a small village somewhere in the middle of nowhere, USA, to write about the urban legends haunting this neck of the woods. The clerk of the motel he has chosen to stay at though offers him, instead of a room, a cup of coffee and to tell him a few local stories he had heard ...

  • A crooked politician (Jim O'Rear) picks up a beautiful woman (Paula Marcenaro Solinger) who's more than ready to have sex with him in her barn - but he has bitten off more than he can chew on, much more ...
  • A teenaged boy (David Bunzey) is grounded by his father for drunk driving. His attractive neighbour (Wanda Morganstern) though makes him dinner and really turns him on, even if she's the age of his mother. Thing is, her cooking holds a terrible secret.
  • Two guys (Justin Kelly, Connor Hinkle) have hired a guide (Robert W. Hill) who is to organize their first manhunt, with the intention to turning the tables on him. But the woods they're at hold a darker secret altogether.
  • Back in the 1800s or so, Alice (Nicole Kruex) is accused of being a witch by the mayor (Carl Donovan), mostly because she's in love with his son (Boogie Dabney), the village reverend ... who desparately tries to save her - but of course, everything ends in disaster ...

Paranormalice is a pretty awesome anthology movie that brings together a bunch of shorts that, though varying in style due to different directors, are all high on atmosphere, clever storytelling and macabre details, and especially the framing story is rich on good dialogue. Now add to this a solid cast, the right amount of dark humour, and a well-paced edit, and you've got yourself just a pretty good piece of horror!


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Robots and rats,
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shopping mall Santas,
love and death and everything in between,
Tales to Chill
Your Bones to

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Tales to Chill
Your Bones to
a collection of short stories and mini-plays
ranging from the horrific to the darkly humourous,
from the post-apocalyptic
to the weirdly romantic,
tales that will give you a chill and maybe a chuckle, all thought up by
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the new anthology by
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and your Ex wants
to make up ...
... and for the life of it,
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A Killer Conversation

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

out now on DVD