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Indie Horror Month 2013: Take an Exclusive Look at Quin Davis' Animus

20 March 2013 7:15 AM, PDT | | See recent Dread Central news »

Time for yet another exclusive for you cats in honor of Indie Horror Month! On tap right now are several exclusive images from the upcoming terror tale from director Quin Davis, Animus. Check them out!

The film stars John Bernath, Megan Davis, Caitlin Singer, J.A. Cuffs Bratten, Brandon Lee Pittman, and Tiffany Ann B.

Look for it on DVD March 26th from Midnight Releasing.


As a final project, five film students led by Maya (Megan Davis) travel to an old mining town deep in Southern Arizona to document paranormal activity at the legendary Copper Queen Hospital. Before its decline and closure, the hospital was considered the best facility in the state. Since then, it has only brought shame to the dwindling community. The students begin by interviewing the townspeople, receiving mixed impressions until a local store owner sends them to Mrs. Campbell (Joan Schumacher), a long time resident and »

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A Film Shoot Turns from the Ordinary into a Bloodbath with Animus: A Movie Review

3 January 2013 9:16 AM, PST | 28 Days Later Analysis | See recent 28 Days Later Analysis news »

*full disclosure: an online screening of this film was provided by Midnight Releasing. Directors: Quin Davis and Wade Stai. Writer: Quin Davis. Cast: John Bernath, Megan Davis, Caitlin Singer, J.A. Cuffs Bratten, Brandon Lee Pittman, Tiffany Ann Bicheler, and Trinidad Amaya. It is amazing how many filmmakers start in horror with their first feature film. Both directors Quin Davis and Wade Stai are getting their feet wet in this slasher, titled Animus. Thankfully, their first attempt at horror is an exciting time. In the story, a killer awaits five film students in an isolated asylum. Unfortunately, only Maya, played by Megan Davis, has any backstory or depth of character. The minor characters are underdeveloped and they barely serve a purpose in the picture. Other film elements such as the shooting style brings quality back into this picture. Well shot, Animus is an entertaining horror picture that will satisfy indie fans of the bloody slasher sub-genre. »

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