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All Sinners Night

USA 2014
produced by
Bob Easley for Horror Wasteland Pictures International, High Caliber Films
directed by Bobby Easley
starring John Dugan, Brittany Jessee, Sal Lizard, Tom Sparx, Bill Levin, Bob Shaw, Jackie Palmer, Kali Medjesky, Dustin Boltjes, Jeremy Rothhaas, Molly Redmon, Tracey Ricketts, Paul Thomas, Bridget Macauley, Kyle Helsper, Shotgun Bob Shaw, Clay Starker, Craig Tussey, Jackie Palmer,
music by Dyllen Nande, Paul Breece, songs by The Hang Dog Hearts, Dead Dick Hammer, Burn the Army special effects by Terence Muncy, Phil Yeary

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Since his wife (Tracey Ricketts) killed herself before his very eyes, Dave (Tom Sparx) is looking for answers, as this suicide was nothing short of erratic and totally unmotivated - and why was she wearing a halloween mask? On the same day Dave's wife killed herself, Lana's (Brittany Jessee) brother disappeared from the face of the earth. She has been looking for him ever since, despite the fact that everybody tried to convince her he probably o.d.-ed in some back alley and has long passed on from the land of the living. But there was something sinister about his disappearance, something that has to do with some Satanic message Lana found with his things.

Now it's exactly one year after the events, and Dave and Lana meet for the first time in a god-forsaken small town where they hope to find some answers. And answers they will find, though not all might be to their liking, as on exactly the day they meet, a group of masked killers roams the town, killing locals rather indiscriminately and kidnapping women. The problem is, these killings and abductions are directly related to the Satanic message Lana has found, and the masks the killers wear resemble that Dave's wife wore when she killed herself. And since it's exactly one year after Lana's brother disappeared and Dave's wife committed suicide, there might be something planned that's on the bloody and horrific side ...


Made on a very low budget, which sometimes shows, All Sinners Night is still a cool piece of horror with all the shocks in the right places. True, after the initial suicide of Dave's wife it takes a bit to kick into gear, sometimes gets a bit lost in its subplots, and some of the guest appearances look a bit tacked on, but the murder and terror scenes are well executed and shouldn't leave much to be desired even by gorehounds, the masks of the killers are positively creepy, and the showdown really packs a punch.

Granted, no masterpiece in all probability, but genre fans at least will get a kick out of it.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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