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Spirits of the Fall (2008)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Thriller | 25 October 2008 (UK)
Chris, a widower, while living in his hotel, strange things begin to happen. Voices in the night and faces at the window are not uncommon and things are about to get a lot worse when he is ... See full summary »

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(as Russ Diapper)

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(screenplay) (as Russ Diapper), (dialogue) (co-writer)
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Rusty Apper ...
Chris (as Russ Diapper)
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Melissa Stanton ...
Mary
Martin Wilkinson ...
Witchfinder General Haddington
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Charlotte
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Marianne Hex
Marlène Rodriquez ...
Elizabeth Harker
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Mandy
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Chris, a widower, while living in his hotel, strange things begin to happen. Voices in the night and faces at the window are not uncommon and things are about to get a lot worse when he is forced to face the paranormal and save his wife s soul from the evil spirit of her killer.

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Some Ghosts Never Rest

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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Not Rated
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£5,000 (estimated)
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Absolutely terrible
16 April 2010 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I can only assume the reviews already on the site are written by relatives or those profiting on the release of the film or I saw a completely different movie then they did.

First tip: When your cast list and production team are made up of the same three people, you're going to have a bad movie no matter what.

I really don't have the time to devote to talk about all the errors and shortcomings this movie has. I wish I did. But I don't think I'll live that long.

The acting is terrible (count how many times the main character, who is also the writer, director and executive producer, grabs his face when he has to display an emotion. I lost count at 50 and the movie wasn't half over), the dialogue is clumsy, the "brothers" seem to be from London AND Italy, characters show up for no reason and add nothing to the story, we have ridiculously long, drawn out scenes that do absolutely nothing for the film, the special effects are a strobe light, a fog machine, and an unfocused camera and worst of all the thing just isn't scary. And this is the EXACT kind of movie that should have scared me.

I gave it two stars because, really, the heart is there. In the end, the movie reaches too far with far too small a budget. I'd really like to see what this writer/director could have produced with adequate funds but this thing was like turd cake. They may have tried making a cake but it's still made from turds.


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