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Echoes of Fear

USA 2018
produced by
Laurence Avenet-Bradley for Avenet Images Productions
directed by Brian Avenet-Bradley, Laurence Avenet-Bradley
starring Trista Robinson, Hannah Race, Paul Chirico, Marshal Hilton, Elif Savas, Danilo Di Julio, Ian Heath, Norman Zeller, Curt Lambert, Anatol Felsen, William Sebastian Munoz
written by Brian Avenet-Bradley, music by Benedikt Brydern

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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After the death of her grandfather (Norman Zeller), Alisa (Trista Robinson) has decided to touch up his house together with her boyfriend Brandon (Paul Chirico) to put it on the market - which to a degree pains Alisa, as she loved her grandfather, but also could really use the money. As Brandon is only able to help on weekends, Alisa spends much time alone in the house, with the only person she occasionally talks to being elderly and sickly neighbour David (Marshal Hilton), so it's no big surprise that she eventually starts hearing things. At first, Alisa chalks this up to the typical sounds an old house makes, but after time, she figures there's some reason to the noises, plus she also starts to see things, and she finds things that might be tied to something terrible that has happened in the house, and she's properly spooked out. She asks her friend Steph (Hannah Race) to come over and stay a few nights, and they find traces that a squatter might stay or have stayed in the house, and in a way that's a relief, especially after Alisa manages to chase a man who has put up camp in the crawlspace under the house away. But that's really when the horrors only start as Alisa soon has apparitions of ghosts that are so unnerving that he ditches the house for a nearby motel one night - but the ghosts have apparently followed her, and ultimately she knows if she ever wants to get rid of them she has to return to the house and find out its secret, however terrible it might be. It seems the ghosts are even helping her to find whatever-it-is - it's just that whatever-it-is might be much more unsettling and dangerous than even the ghosts ...


Echoes of Fear is basically a really well put together horror movie. And while it may not break any new ground, it's really good at what it's doing, and that's telling a well structured story with ever-mounting dread, strong on atmosphere and suspense, with some well-placed and highly effective jump scares, all leading up to a finale that should have every viewer on the edge of their seat (if they haven't been there much sooner that is). And Trista Robinson, who's pretty much in every shot of the movie, does a great job carrying the film with the right mix of spunk and vulnerability to make one to both relate and care. Very cool genre fare, actually.


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