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3 Demons

USA 2022
produced by
D.M. Cunningham, Keith Golinski, Brian Hillard, Tara Cunningham (executive) for Talk Global Media, Night Prowler Video
directed by D.M. Cunningham
starring Peter Tell, Haley Heslip, Sherryl Despres, Laura Golinski, Jovonnah Nicholson, Zoe Cunningham, Laura Golinski, Stephani Fulks, Tara Cunningham, Haley Heslip
written by D.M. Cunningham, Peter Tell, music by Dreaming In Neon, special effects by D.M. Cunningham, Brian Hillard

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Somewhere in the middle of nowhere, rural USA: A woman (Laura Golinski) has died under very mysterious circumstances, but at the same time there's no indication whatsoever that she was murdered - so what's for local police to do than deploy one of their ranks, Fisher (Peter Tell), to stand guard over the body until her family comes to pick her up. Sounds like an easy job, right? But as soon as Fisher is left alone by his partner Winters (Haley Heslip) at the scene of death, things start to happen with the body. Is it just natural nervousness one tends to feel next to a dead body, is it guilt over the only very recent death of his own wife (Jovannah Nicholson) and child (Zoe Cunningham), or is it actual demonic possession. Thing is, the body moves, shows up where it's not supposed to, wife and daughter seem to not be as dead as they're supposed to, partner Winters returns to look after Fisher every now and again, but she might not be as human as expected, and the place's whole geography seems to be seriously off - and how is Fisher supposed to stay sane admit all of this?


Now I have to admit, from a certain point rather early in the story, this is a film that's only very hard to follow, from a strictly logical point of view, as things that happen are contradicted, even taken back, by later events, and what's actually "true" becomes more and more hazy the longer the film goes - and that's really one of the qualities of the movie, as it perfectly mirrors the confusion of its central character, pretty much introduces us to his mindset. And that the film refuses to explain things away at any point of its runtime - it even leaves one in the dark what has happened to Fisher's wife and child - only works to this end, which in turn creates a prett strong feel of unease, only augmented by a atmosphere-heavy directorial effort, and a very engaging, properly confused central performance by Peter Tell, helped by a very able small ensemble cast. And all of this adds up to a pretty cool genre effort, off the beaten path of demon horror, but all the better for it.


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