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It Be an Evil Moon

UK 2023
produced by
Ben Etchells, Rebecca J Matthews for Lycan Motion Pictures, Medusa Media, Geordiewood
directed by Ben Etchells
starring Ian Ray-White, Rod Glenn, Sue Moore, Karla Chang, Lesley Sim, Gordon Joseph Millar, Jud Charlton, Chelsea Grace, Rita Limão, Charles Henry, Richard Allen, Wayne Dobson, Sue Bowmer, Meera Solanki, Ian Gardener, Steven Mcardle, Kim Le Tan (voice), Ben Etchells (voice), Kirsty Halliday (voice)
written and music by Ben Etchells, prosthetics designed by Jodie Storey

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Freddy Campbell (Ian Ray-White) is a mild-mannered scientist by nature, but plagued with a sickly mother (Sue Moore) who treats him like a slave without ever acknowledging his efforts. Unfortunately, Freddy has also fallen on hard times of late, so he has become easy prey for crime kingpin Silon (Rod Glenn), who's quick to take advantage of his predicament and make him his meth cook. When he's not cooking meth though, Freddy is in the process of developing a wolfbane-based hair tonic - mainly to grow his own hair back. He first secretly experiments with it on his mother, and to his surprise it gets her out of bed and makes her more agile than she had been in years. That's good enough for Freddy, so he tries the tonic on himself - and grows a full mop of hair overnight, and the self-confidence that goes with it. Thus he's finally able to ask pretty storeclerk Karla (Karla Chang) out on a date, and they have a really good time together - only for Freddy to come home and find his mother has turned into a hairy, wolf-like monster, and he ultimately has to kill her in self defense. Problem is, Freddy soon finds himself turning into a monster as well. On the good side that means he's finally able to stand up to Silon and his men and slaughter them. On the bad side that means he's soon deemed a serialkiller and has to flee into the woods. And on the worse side that means Silus's brother Milius (also Rod Glenn) gets on his trail to avenge his brother, and he's as ruthless as they come ...


Now this one sure is fun, an underdog story that somehow rolls gangster, mad scientist and creature feature tropes into one to tell its tale of horrors with a hard comedic edge. That doesn't say there isn't any violence in the film, as the film does get pretty gory at times, but these scenes are enjoyably over the top, and basically the film's more focussing on good storytelling. And in that respect, Freddy's monster makeup deserves special mention that can make him look both menacing and pitiful, whichever the story demands - helped of course by a very relatable performance by Ian Ray-White. And a genre-savvy directorial effort of course also helps making this a cool piece of horror entertainment.


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In times of uncertainty of a possible zombie outbreak, a woman has to decide between two men - only one of them's one of the undead.


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Luana Ribeira, Rudy Barrow and Rami Hilmi
special appearances by
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