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The latest in the line of direct-to-dvd horror movies from the After Dark stable is a supernatural/torture porn hybrid called Cassadaga.

Having seen a few of their ‘Originals’ (link to previous reviews, Scream Of The Banshee and The Task, I wasn’t expecting much - however this was a little more coherent and even contained some scares. Whether this is down to the fact that it wasn’t made by a newbie (director Anthony Diblasi previously made the Clive Barker adaptation Dread) I can’t say, but it certainly felt more like a ‘real’ film.

Cassadaga stars Kelen Coleman as Lily, a deaf art teacher who loses her younger sister in a car accident in the early stages of the film. Spurred on by this tragic event Lily decides to enrol in a course at Cassadaga University and finds board at the house of an old lady named Claire »

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