What do you fear? One year ago, 14 teenagers went missing. Tabetha is the only known survivor of the group. Found by the side of the road with no memory of who she is and the secret she ...
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What do you fear? One year ago, 14 teenagers went missing. Tabetha is the only known survivor of the group. Found by the side of the road with no memory of who she is and the secret she holds, must find out what's in store for her through clues in her own sketches. Written by
Manuel H. Da Silva
witches, demons, gargoyles and zombies are apart of this film,
Cycle of Fear: There is no end I'm not much of a horror fan. But I decided to watch this film that premiered at the Bloor Cinema, thinking that it was going to be blood & guts and bad acting.
I was surprised to see that it had a great story, good music and a little bit of everything! It was one of those movies that focuses on pure entertainment, The special effects were really good and the makeup was awesome! I actually left the theatre very happy that I had watched it! NICE TO SEE THAT THERE ARE still good films in the indy scene!
I have seen a lot of indy films and most of them were bad acting, it was nice to see a film that actually was a lot of fun to watch and focused on pure entertainment.
For an indepentant film, I thought it was well made, some good scares, and the music was just awesome and well done. There was also a lot of humour in the film. I loved the leads, especially samantha, the "I must be strong i can't be weak" character.
One of my favourite scenes is when one of the zombie cops gets a broken broom stick thrown right at his head.... that was a cool scene! And the words in the 'codex' book glowing as the main character held the book only when she touched it was pretty cool too!
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