Segments from eight of the leading indie horror filmmakers including Tim Ritter, Brad Sykes, Donald Farmer, Todd Sheets, Chris Seaver, Ron Bonk, and Marcus Koch. Each director was ... See full summary »
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I accidentally learned about Todd Sheets while surfing the 'net one night, I happened to stumble upon his site by accident, and after reading about his views of today's horror movies, he instantly intrigued me, he felt the same way I did about the crap they're churning out that's so called 'horror'. I finally had a few extra dollars so I ordered one of his movies, and being a rock and roll fan, I chose "Dominion". The main plot concerns a child vampire and his minions who want to resurrect their leader during a heavy metal concert. Sounds cool, huh? Since I know his work is low budget, I didn't expect too much out of it other than a good story. True, the acting isn't very good at all, the plot jumps around a lot, the filming itself is pretty bad, and the beginning is a direct rip off from 'Salems Lot, but I actually enjoyed it. Watching the movie you can tell that this was pretty much "Hey, I'm going to get all my friends together and we're going to make a horror movie!", but if I had the money, I'd do it, too! I would recommend "Dominion" to any true fan of horror who's thirsty for the good old days before all the "Scream because I know what you're push-up bra did to the urban legend last summer" flix of recent years. I'm looking forward to getting more of Todd's movies very soon.
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