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Greywood's Plot

USA 2019
produced by
Josh Stifter, Daniel Degnan, Nathan Strauss, Keith Radichel for Flush Studios, Don't Blink
directed by Josh Stifter
starring Josh Stifter, Keith Radichel, Daniel Degnan, Kim Fagan, Nathan Strauss, Jennifer Stifter, Stefanie Eidenshenk, Lauren Addy, Sarah Yannarelly, Ben Gardner, Matthew Greve, Jordan Greeve, Alice Crozier, Finn Degnan, Avery Merrifield, Samantha Kirchoff, Chuck Houk (voice), Bentley Michaels, Erling Stoehr, Aaron McKenna
written by Josh Stifter, Daniel Degnan, music by Curtis Allen Hager, visual effects by Josh Stifter


review by
Mike Haberfelner

Dom (Josh Stifter) is a wannabe cryptozoologist who has turned so disillusioned by things - from his failing podcast to still having to live in the basement of his mother's (Kim Fagan) place - that he has started to develop suicidal tendencies. Then he receives an anonymous package containing a tape that might actually show the Chupacabra that also reveals the location of the sighting, and he gets all excited again, and pretty much forces his partner in cryptozoology Miles (Keith Radichel) - who's much more a skeptic and realist than he is - to accompany him to the location, situated on the land of one Doug Greywood (Daniel Degnan), who at first sight seems to be somewhat sympathetic to their cause and open to let them camp however long they want. At first though the expedition seems to be a dead end though like all their other expeditions, but then they find a weird skeleton, definitely not from any known species - and while Dom finds himself vindicated at last, Miles freaks out and wants to quit. But then, Dom is abducted while Miles stumbles into a land of cryptozoological wonders. Thing is, there's something seriously wrong with all of this, as both Dom and Miles will soon painfully find out ...


First of all, even if it may sound like it, this is not a found footage movie - and it's actually quite nicely filmed, too, especially the scene when Miles stumbles through cryptozoological wonderland, also due to nice prosthetic effectswork of course. And that out of the way, this is a quite an unusual film, especially since it starts out a bit like a slacker comedy, with the two main actors playing off one another quite nicely while each really gets quite a few giggles - before the third act changes everything with its quite explicit scenes of surgery, weird creatures and nightmarish images - all of which makes this a pretty nice off-the-beaten-track piece of horror cinema of course.

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