The Scarehouse is a solid contained horror film mixed with found footage when away from the main location. Production values are good and performances are commendable when it comes to the “why are you doing this to me?” scenes. Most impressive of all is Jennifer Miller (as sorority sister – Lisa Jenning). She can certainly throw a punch or two and proves to be an ongoing thorn in the side of our anti-heroes Corey and Elaina.
The movie opens up with handheld footage of a group of loud-mouthed, college sorority sisters dressed in their underwear getting ready for a night of initiation with their two newbies. None of these people prove themselves to be likeable.
So for those unfamiliar with you, who is Robert Nolan and what are you all about?
Aside from knowing my own name and that I exist on this planet right now, exactly who I am remains as mysterious a world to me as you are to you. Does anyone really know exactly who they are and what they are all about?The depths of the interior human are as infinite as the universe our bodies inhabit.
This rather confusing film starts in an apparently quiet neighbourhood. Gabriel (Daniel Reininghaus) and Adam Morales (Evan Eisenstadt) are the neighbours of a family made of Henry (Robert Nolan), Vivian (Kelly-Marie Murtha) and Abigail Rogers (Danielle Barker). One day, the Morales brothers invite the Rogerses for a dinner. However, it appears that the Rogerses ended up being the victims of the Morales brothers who unleash their violence.
This of course is what we're introduced to in the first minutes of Eyes Beyond. While the exploration of bipolar disorder or mental illness is rarely
Featuring Daniel Reininghaus, Robert Nolan, Kelly-Marie Murtha, Danielle Barker, Evan Eisenstadt, Talon "D" Roach, Deanna Palazzo
Produced by Elizabeth Rizzuto
Reviewed by Brittney-Jade Colangelo
One would find it safe to assume that after 20 years of desensitizing and brainwashing thanks to countless hours of shoving horror films into my corneas, that there would be absolutely nothing that could phase me anymore. It is today that I must admit that I stand corrected. I will say that it takes some extreme measures in order to shake me up, but Daniel Reininghaus’ Eyes Beyond has done exactly that.
An extremely dark and unconventional look at the horrors of bi-polar disorder and the sorrow it brings to those who suffer from the illness, we as an audience are thrown into a whirlwind of “is it real or is it a dream” reality and a mind-blowing hallucination.
A short synopsis for this twenty-five to twenty-six minutes film:
"The Morales' brothers invite their next door neighbours over for dinner but dinner turns out to be a spiraling nightmare for the Roger's family" (Eyes).
Release Date: August 13th (Limited Run at The Atlanta Horror Film Festival).
Director/writer: Daniel Reininghaus.
Producers: Elizabeth Rizzuto and Daniel Reininghaus.
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