Active Entertainment, Bullet Films, XXX Filmproduktion GmbH & Co KG
Nikki Deloach, Stephen Colletti, Anabella Casanova, Ross Britz, Terry Kiser, Mariah Bonner, A.J. Allegra, Lara Grice, Michael Berryman, Treat Williams
Evan Reynolds (Stephen Colletti) bought his bride to be Jennifer (Nikki Deloach) a run down 19th-century plantation house very cheap. But there is a reason it was very cheap. Too bad neither he nor his bride-to-be discover it until their friends — whom they’ve invited to the manse to celebrate — begin to drop dead. This house has a history and past residents are still hanging around in this horror fest.
This is a typical hacker/slasher film, like has been done many times before. But it seems we never get tired of these, especially in October. This one is a good as any. It starts out right into the action, and it’s creepy throughout. The plantation is run down, for sure, but their dream is to fix it up, flip it, and make a lot of money. But you have to live long enough to do that. And it appears nobody is coming out of this house alive.
The cast is not well know, but the quality is good. It’s a NetFlix “Watch Instantly” film, and frequently on Cable this time of year. It’s a good Halloween movie, just right for the cool fall evenings. If you can find this one, turn it on, as for sure it’s a horror film that slipped through the cracks. If you hate slasher films, then avoid this, as it is that and really nothing else. But if you’re a horror fan, this is as good as any, and it’s nice to have a new story that isn’t part 15 of Jason wasn’t really dead and is coming back for a 16th. Well done simple gore fest, and worth the time I spent watching it.
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