- Yes 2019
- Abi 2019
Dutch Marich, Daniel Valle (executive) for Maya Aerials, Luminol Entertainment
directed by Dutch Marich
starring Brooke Bradshaw, Dani Colleen, David Morales, Chrissy Carpenter, Harper Palmieri, Isla Palmieri, Trisha Marie Webb (voice), Dutch Marich, Jared Chandus Cain (voice), Hannah Landberg (voice), Melissa-Rae Pratchard (voice), Daphne O'Neal (voice), Brittany Morgan Williams (voice), Martin Victor (voice), Caleb Agnew (voice)
written by Dutch Marich, music by Joseph Carrillo
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Sisters Carrie (Brooke Bradshaw) and Trisha (Dani Colleen) have messed
up and been sent to prison - but are released under the conditions of a
work-release program. Trisha is the first to be released - and disappears
shortly afterwards. She hasn't many friends and no family but Carrie, so
everybody believes she has just hightailed it - everybody except Carrie,
who's released two weeks later, to work the exact same job her sister had
been working at, as a night security guard at a railyard, in what feels
the middle of nowhere, and what doesn't really lift her spirits is that
she has to spend her time not on the job in her run down hotel room. But
she receives phone calls concerning her sister's disappearance, and it
turns out she hasn't been the first convict on parole who has disappeared
there - it's just that no one so far cared enough about it to investigate.
Carrie cares of course, and night after night she gives the place a good
lookover for clues, and soon enough gets the feeling she's not alone at
the railyard, even though she should be, and someone - or something - is
playing with her. Eventually, and prompted by a mystery caller, she finds
a tape recorder suggesting something very evil roaming the site, and she
just might have been picked as its next victim ...
slowburn horror are bound to love this movie, as it really gets things
right on behalf of creating atmosphere and mounting suspense, and doesn't
make the mistake of spoonfeeding the audience with too much information,
instead lets them read between the lines to keep them as clueless as its
lead character while making her fear relatable. And of course, a pretty
breathtaking but eerie main location immensely adds to the mood of the
film, while a strong performance by Brooke Bradshaw, who carries most of
the film on her own, grounds the movie and helps making this a pretty
scary piece of horror.