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Tales for the Campfire 3

USA 2020
produced by
Joseph Kelbie Williamson, Saul Mejia (executive) for SCS Entertainment
directed by Dark Infinity (= Dustin Ferguson)
starring Sheri Davis, Mike Ferguson, Jenn Nangle, Dustin Wonch, Dawna Lee Heising, Dark Infinity (= Dustin Ferguson), Jarad Allan, Mel Novak, Noel Jason Scott, Tino R. Zamora, Geovanna Casanova, D.T. Carney, Casey Case jr, Ashley Wheeler, Ronnie Angel, Shawn C. Phillips, Ken May, Amber Jenna Bohac, Rebecah Rye
written by Dark Infinity (= Dustin Ferguson), music by Matthew Festle

Tales fof the Campfire

review by
Mike Haberfelner

A quintet of friends (Ronnie Angel, Shawn C. Phillips, Ken May, Amber Jenna Bohac, Rebecah Rye) sit around the campfire telling horror stories to one another - but they might have some motives even more ulterior than scare one another shitless …

  • Wee One: A woman (Sheri Davis) orders a mysterious doll from Togo, Africa that’s supposed to be cursed. Unfortunately the doll actually has mystical powers and soon has our heroine on the run …
  • Cole Canyon Creeps: Walking home from a concert, a girl (Jenn Nangle) gets lost, feels she’s followed by a creep (Dustin Wonch) and - well, it doesn’t end nicely …
  • The Prisoner: An agoraphobic woman’s (Dawna Lee Heising) house eventually becomes her death trap when an escaped psychopath from a nearby asylum finds abode in her home …
  • The Bitter Half: A man (Noel Jason Scott) is released from the asylum by Dr. Challis (Mel Novak) after being healed from imagining his evil twin brother. Thing is, the evil twin doesn’t like to be un-imagined …
  • The Gateway: The Devil is to appear at a certain site in the desert at spring equinox, so a couple (Tino R. Zamora, Geovanna Casanova) wants to turn this event into a viral video. Thing is, the Devil has some ideas of his own on how to appear on the scene …

A fun anthology movie very much in the vein of the vintage Amicus omnibus movies, where the little segments were constructed like short stories with macabre twist endings, and the framing sequence was actually of consequence other than just serving as a hanger for the episodes. And while the plots of several of the segments of this collection are rather skeletal in story, they never fail to deliver the punchline, and provide one with good genre entertainment.








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demons and potholes,
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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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