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USA 2019
produced by
Stephan Jensen, Mike Amason, Lisa Ashworth, Brandon McIver, Scott Means, Matthew Gault, Melissa Sellers Drake for Defiant Productions
directed by David Axe
starring Mike Amason, Morgan Jones, Sanethia Dresch, Bradley J. Petit, Len Marini, Emilia Olga, Gauge Santiago, Danna Mariee, Matthew Gault, Reno Gooch, Aaron Blomberg, Leah Jones, Draven Petty, Chelsea Atherton, Caley Fleming, Cleveland Langdale, Katerina Barrie, Adam Stapleton, Darien Cavanaugh, Tripp Klimka, Karen Ellett
written by David Axe, music by Matt Akers, Gauge Santiago, Mario McClean, Don Crescendo, special makeup effects by Lisa Ashworth, Brandon McIver, Jamie Clark

review by
Mike Haberfelner

It's pretty much every year for Halloween: While all the youngsters party their mind away in the shed, their elderly friend Mike (Mike Amason) tells them about monsters who are on earth to steal human skins to wear them and pass as them for a spell. Really, nobody listens much anymore as there's too much booze and sex to be had at the shed - and that's too bad, as what Mike's saying is absolutely true, and he's one of the skin-stealing monsters, with others nearby to relieve some of the young people of their skins - because you know, human skins don't last forever so these monsters have to change their skins every 25 or so years - in exchange, they live pretty much forever.

When our kids find out Mike's story is 100% true and they're pretty much in the firing line, they put up an fight they're bound to lose - but there's discord among the monsters as well, while some like Mike want to go on forever like they are, others want to end it with this life cycle out of sympathy with their victims - and soo it seems everybody's fighting everyone, and it's unclear whether there'll be a winner ...

 

True, this might not be the re-invention of the wheel within the horror genre, but for being a blend of slasher and monster movie, it really aims for originality: The pure nature of the monsters is fun in itself, and that they switch loyalities really adds something extra to the formula, likewise that they can change identities - and that this often confuses the viewer only adds to the film's tension. On top of that, the movie doesn't take itself all that seriously works in the film's favour and gives one easier access to the very over-the-top premise - but that said, the film's spot on when it comes to tension and suspense. Basically, it's a fun ride genre fans are bound to enjoy.

 

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