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Calvin Morie McCarthy
I saw this movie in Indiana intl. film festival where it won best cinematography award. This is must see film. It is the film that keeps you at the edge of your seat. How often do you see Amish horror film. Very interesting plot, very visual, and very wild imagination. There are several scenes where I noticed that audience in theater were covering faces from very imaginative graphic visuals.
Mostly there were unknown actors but there was a guy from another horror film The Signal, movie that did well last year. Overall from all the crappy horror films that I encounter in video stores, The Season is far the best horror film I saw in past few years.
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