Terry R. Wickham, Richard Kern, David Melanson, Michael Fels, Edwin M. Figueroa, Tiffany Figueroa for MantaRay Pictures
directed by Terry R. Wickham (wraparound segment, segment Abandoned, segment Stash), George Brianka (segment Don't Say These Words!), Edwin M. Figueroa (segment Choke)
starring wraparound segment: Ralf Scheepers, Diana Noris, Kevin Cusick, Sarah Haruko, Lee Baptiste, G. Paul Salvetti, James Tansey, David Francis Calderazzo, Vanessa Michelle Charles, Jordan Theodore, Richard Kern, Lauren Dougherty, David Denowitz, Edward Gorman, Sarah Greenspan, Rachael Scarr, Chanise Renae, Tyler Kipp, Veronica Freeman; segment Abandoned: Siakie Tetteh, Aaron Mathias, Patrick Reilly, Regina Tune, Michelle Rickert, Andrew Winston; segment Don't Say These Words!: Tim Simon, Walter Masterson, Regina Weisman, Rebecca Pensky, Kayla Eisenberg, Robyn Weiner, Anthony O'Connell, Ross Corey (= Ross Bergen), Darrin Hickok, Michael Fels, Frank Howard, Ted Paolini, Victoria Lopresti, Nora Heidenreich; segment Choke: Rafael Baez jr, Megan Penn, J.C. Williams, Jared Christopherson, Giovanni Rodriguez, Eddie Martinez; segment Stash: Almog Pail, Jonathan Weirich, Richard Kern, Jesse Ray Sheps, Tina Surabian, Paul 'Madman' Ehlers, Robert House, Michael Butch Santa Pope
written by Terry R. Wickham (wraparound segment, segment Abandoned), George Brianka (segment Don't Say These Words!), Edwin M. Figueroa (segment Choke), Timothy David Clark (segment Stash), music by Houssem Turki, David Helpling, Geoff Tyson, special makeup effects by Church Haley, Michelle Rickert, Drishty D'Costa, Beatrice Sniper, visual effects by Kristian Ramsey, Michael Bresino
Ansel's (Ralf Scheepers) is pretty much caught red-handed, with his
wife (Diana Noris) tied up in his trunk, and his arrest doesn't go all
smoothly when one of the arresting officers runs amok. But when questioned
at the station, he tells a story about wanting to save humanity, and has a
bunch of videos on USB sticks that are supposed to prove just that ...
- Abandoned: Photographer Steve (Aaron Mathias) has taken his
model Billie (Siakie Tetteh) to a remote and abandoned building for a
sexy shoot - not knowing of course that the location might be swarming
with masked men who don't like their lair to be the centerpiece of a
photo shoot ...
- Don't Say These Words: In the 1980s, a couple of youngsters
got their hands on the Necronomicon - for kicks rather than because
they're into anything Satanic. However, the book's still happy to
corrupt them ...
- Choke: To have her revenge on her cheating filmmaker husband
Eric (Jared Christopherson), Liliana (Megan Penn) broadcasts herself
having live sex with another man right to the premiere of his latest
film. Just that under Satanic influence, this eventually turns into
something much more sinister than celebrity porn ...
- Stash: As part of a fundraiser for her church, Faith (Almog
Pail) films herself going on a scavenger hunt in the woods. Thing is,
whoever set up the bounties might not have the same high religious
standards as she has ...
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Now it would be asy to just dismiss these videos as made up nonsense -
but what's on them has a direct impact on what results in an attack on the
police station ...
A cool horror anthology that manages to both tell stories vastly
different in narrative and directorial approach, yet all serving the same
overriding plot. And while one might not like each individual episode
equally well, they still all share a predilection for the macabre and for
dark punchlines and are thus almost certain to entertain horror fans to
quite some extent.
review © by Mike Haberfelner
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