Tales for the Campfire 2
Elliott Monroe, Dustin Ferguson for Sinister Studios
directed by Dustin Ferguson
starring Debra Lamb, Jennii Caroline, Schuylar Craig, Breana Mitchell, Donna Hamblin, J.P. Edwards (as Jason Paul), Clint Beaver, Luc Bernier, Jeanne Kern, Rich Kern, Emily Smith, Mike Moshman, Daniel Steir, Seth Koozer, Stephanie Eads, Shawn Schweitzer, Charles Wooldridge, Scott Kieffe, Miles Roper, Robert Lankford (voice)
written by Dustin Ferguson, music by Capital Music, special effects by Seth Koozer, Dustin Ferguson
Tales for the Campfire
It's spooky story time again as five friends (Mike Moshman, Daniel
Steir, Seth Koozer, Stephanie Eads, Shawn Schweitzer) sit down around a
campfire to scare one another shitless:
- There's the story of the man (Jason Paul) who finds a zit on his
cheek one morning that just keeps growing and growing until it
explodes and ...
- A guy (Clint Beaver) picks up a hitchhiker (Schuylar Craig) and
takes her home - but when he finds she has forgotten something in his
car and wants to return it, he has to find out she has died 30 years
- A mother (Debra Lamb) calls upon the Devil to return her deceased
daughter (Emily Smith) - it works, but at the same time, the mother
might get more than she has bargained for ...
- Jennii (Jennii Caroline) spends Christmas Eve alone despite her best
friend's (Breana Mitchell) throwing a party. Problem is, she has been
treated for paranoia, a condition that's presently kreeping up again -
though paranoia's not always a guarantee that whatever happens is only
in your head ...
- In some small town in the middle of nowhere, a maniac's on the
loose, but that doesn't keep our heroine (Donna Hamblin) from going
shopping at night - but then she finds herself followed home by a guy
(Luc Bernier) with a very special agenda ...
Only when all the stories are told do our five storytellers realize
they've lit their campfire in nightmare country ...
Tales for the Campfire is a rather charming little horror
anthology very much in the tradition of yesteryear's anthologies where a
handful of yarns from different corners of the genre are spun and are held
together by a framing story that has its own twist. And what makes this
one especially fun is that director Dustin Ferguson has chosen a different
directorial approach for each of the episodes, from subtle to all-out, and
has really made it his priority to get the fun horror can provide at the
best of times across to the audience!
And if this review has gotten you at all excited, the movie's readily
available here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/talesforthecampfire22/197601094