10/31 Part 3
Lance Wagner (executive), Samantha Wagner (executive), P.J. Starks (executive), Lee Walker (executive), Shawn Burkett (executive), Bryan Fitzgerald (executive), Angela Downing (executive), Greg Garwood (executive), Matthew Dalton (executive) for Grayhouse Entertainment
directed by Jennifer Nangle (segment Malvolia's Monster Marathon), Michael Ballif (segment House of the Mummy), Jacob Perrett (segment The Locksmith), Brad Twigg (segment Old Man Gross), Zane Hershberger (segment Hack-in-the-Box), Shawn Burkett, Jonathan Patrick Hughes, Jed Brian, Dustin Ferguson, Rocky Gray(trailers)
starring segment Malvolia's Monster Marathon: Jennifer Nangle; segment House of the Mummy: James Morris, Emily Ashby, Sean D. Hunter, Samuel Morris, Jake Watters; segment The Locksmith: Karlee Mihailov, Rose Spencer, Derric Hyde, Jacob Perrett, Danielle Rhoades, Taylor Rhoades; segment Old Man Gross: Yasmin Qudah, Justin P. Martin, Rosaria Eraso, Brucellious Morris jr, DéRome A. Chrétien, Bethany Shana, Brady Crisel; segment Hack-in-the-Box: Marissa Sabatucci, Jordan Beltz, Sable Briedel, Bridget Murphy; trailers: Brittany Blanton, Ben Dietels, Tyler Manko, April Golebiewski, Nexus Lyons, Natalie Valerio, Gil T. Wilson, Samantha Marie, Levi Griffin, Steve Christopher, Tony Collins, Jace Brian, Jayla Shidler, Trevin Shidler, Amber Newlin, Trent Kiser, Quinton Kiser, Angela Kissen, Josh Kissen, Nicole Coulter, Devan Coulter, Matty White, Laura Phillippe, Dean Phillippe, Trent Phillippe, Adam Gard, Justin Ham, Shelia Ham, Triston Samaroo, April Sandor, Jeramie Sandor, James Ian Mair, Deron Morgan, James Stevenson, Chris O'Brien, Mike Newlin, Paisley Newlin, Lewis Taylor, Harlan Taylor, John Sutfin, Jane Sutfin, Dylan Sutfin, Glenn Sparkey Wilson, Alex York, Angela Downing, Everlee Linder, Isaac Wilson, Grayson Pinkston, Dallas Griffin, Addison Pinkston, Ryan Pinkston, Jeffrey Ryden, Bryce West, Samantha Holderfield, Vickie Becker, Jerimiah Douglas, Geovonna Casanova, Tino R. Zamora, Robert Lankford, Tamara Glynn, Madison Gray, Krista Bradley, Lauren Lasseigne, Rylee Bolls, Cash LeCompt, Torrance LeCompt
written by Michael Ballif (segment House of the Mummy), Jacob Perrett, Taylor Rhoades (segment The Locksmith), Todd Martin, Melissa Sapienza (segment Old Man Gross), Zane Hershberger (segment Hack-in-the-Box), Shawn Burkett, Jonathan Patrick Hughes, Jed Brian, Dustin Ferguson, Rocky Gray, P.J. Starks (trailers), music by Rocky Gray
Queen of the Screams (Jennifer Nangle) presents us with a quartet of
horror stories (and a few faux trailers thrown in, just for good measure):
of the Mummy: For his Halloweeen scarehouse, pretty much his last
opportunity to make some money before losing everything to his
estranged wife Katelin (Emily Ashby), Wes (James Morris) gets himself
an life-sized electric mummy (Samuel Morris) from a curio shop. Only, the mummy seems
to have a mind of its own ...
- The Locksmith: Patrick (Derric Hyde) and Christine (Rose
Spencer) have just moved into their new home - unaware of course of
the fact that the house comes with its own, locksmith-themed
serialkiller (Taylor Rhoades) ...
- Old Man Gross: A quartet of youngsters (Yasmin Qudah, Justin
P. Martin, Rosaria Eraso, Brucellious Morris jr) break into the local
haunted house for a bit of spooky fun - to ultimately run into the
resident serialkiller (DéRome A. Chretien) ...
- Hack-in-the-Box: Gail (Marissa Sabatucci), Kelly (Jordan
Beltz) and Nora (Sable Griedel) steal a haunted jack-in-the-box, just
for some Halloween amusement - but playing around with the thing
proves to be a trigger for a bloodbath ...
Now I won't for a minute claim 10/31 Part 3 is exactly the
re-invention of the wheel - but it hasn't set out to be, either, instead,
as the title already suggests, it's supposed to be Halloween
entertainment, and thus offers a box of horror candies (plus fake
trailers) from various corners of the genre. And even if the segments vary
in style and approach, they're all done by genre savvy directors, and all
deliver pretty awesome horror entertainment, and every genre fan will find
at least some of the stories presented very enjoyable indeed.
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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