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‘The Harrowing’ VOD Review

  • Nerdly
Stars: Matthew Tompkins, Arnold Vosloo, Michael Ironside, Arianne Martin, Damon Carney, Hayden Tweedie, Erin Marie Garrett, John Walpole, Morgana Shaw, Michael Crabtree, Susana Gibb, James Cable, Tom Zembrod, Brandi Price | Written and Directed by Jon Keeyes

I thought I’d try to watch a few more new horror movies by the end of 2018 – December is usually just for Christmas movies for me – but The Harrowing sounded interesting from the few things I’ve read about it so I gave it a go.

The first thing I noticed about The Harrowing is that it looks great. I honestly don’t know its budget but I can assure you this would be what most would call a ‘low budget movie’. And it proves that low budget doesn’t mean that your film should look amateur. Here the picture is the highest of quality, the sound is perfect but also, the one thing
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Movie Review – The Harrowing (2018)

The Harrowing, 2018.

Directed by Jon Keyes.

Starring Matthew Tompkins, Arnold Vosloo, Michael Ironside, Arianne Martin, Hayden Tweedie, and Erin Marie Garrett.

Synopsis:

Haunted by the ritualistic killing of his best friend, a vice detective determined to discover the truth goes undercover into a forensic hospital and is plunged into his own personal Hell where demons might be real.

After a false start, The Harrowing opens with Detective Ryan Calhoun (Matthew Tompkins) on what seems to be a relatively straightforward investigation. However, things soon turn awry as his entire crew is murdered in an apparently ritualistic killing. This sets Calhoun on an investigation into a forensic hospital, which one of his crew had been released from some years earlier. Deciding the best way to get information is from the inside, he convinces his lieutenant to send him undercover in the hospital.

It is at this moment that the film moves from
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A “Harrowing” experience rolls with Debbie Rochon

  • Fangoria
Highland Myst Entertainment and Wolfclan Productions have announced that they’re in the midst of shooting on The Harrowing in Dallas. Directed by Jon Keeyes and co-starring his Nightmares villainess Debbie Rochon, the movie toplines Matthew Tompkins (1st photo below) as fallen-from-grace vice detective Ryan Calhoun. The synopsis tells us, “After a routine surveillance goes horribly wrong, Calhoun is accused of the ritualistic murder of his best friend and partner, a prostitute and a corrupt Congressman. Unhinged and tormented by demonic dreams, and bent on discovering the truth, Calhoun is admitted to a forensic hospital for observation where, his sanity slowly sipping away, he begins to uncover the darkest, most terrifying truth imaginable.”

Rochon plays Ella, a schizophrenic necrophiliac and the cast also includes Damon Carney, Michael Crabtree, Robert McCollum, Ambre Lowe and Erin Marie Garrett (2nd photo below). The role of Dr. Whitney, the head of the hospital who may be a villain,
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A “Harrowing” experience rolls with Debbie Rochon

  • Fangoria
Highland Myst Entertainment and Wolfclan Productions have announced that they’re in the midst of shooting on The Harrowing in Dallas. Directed by Jon Keeyes and co-starring his Nightmares villainess Debbie Rochon, the movie toplines Matthew Tompkins (1st photo below) as fallen-from-grace vice detective Ryan Calhoun. The synopsis tells us, “After a routine surveillance goes horribly wrong, Calhoun is accused of the ritualistic murder of his best friend and partner, a prostitute and a corrupt Congressman. Unhinged and tormented by demonic dreams, and bent on discovering the truth, Calhoun is admitted to a forensic hospital for observation where, his sanity slowly sipping away, he begins to uncover the darkest, most terrifying truth imaginable.”

Rochon plays Ella, a schizophrenic necrophiliac and the cast also includes Damon Carney, Michael Crabtree, Robert McCollum, Ambre Lowe and Erin Marie Garrett (2nd photo below). The role of Dr. Whitney, the head of the hospital who may be a villain,
See full article at Fangoria »

A “Harrowing” experience rolls with Debbie Rochon

  • Fangoria
Highland Myst Entertainment and Wolfclan Productions have announced that they’re in the midst of shooting on The Harrowing in Dallas. Directed by Jon Keeyes and co-starring his Nightmares villainess Debbie Rochon, the movie toplines Matthew Tompkins (1st photo below) as fallen-from-grace vice detective Ryan Calhoun. The synopsis tells us, “After a routine surveillance goes horribly wrong, Calhoun is accused of the ritualistic murder of his best friend and partner, a prostitute and a corrupt Congressman. Unhinged and tormented by demonic dreams, and bent on discovering the truth, Calhoun is admitted to a forensic hospital for observation where, his sanity slowly sipping away, he begins to uncover the darkest, most terrifying truth imaginable.”

Rochon plays Ella, a schizophrenic necrophiliac and the cast also includes Damon Carney, Michael Crabtree, Robert McCollum, Ambre Lowe and Erin Marie Garrett (2nd photo below). The role of Dr. Whitney, the head of the hospital who may be a villain,
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The Mechanical Grave Short Film Now Available on DVD

It was last September when we got the first word on Jon Keeyes' The Mechanical Grave, and now the project is complete and ready for viewing at film festivals and conventions as well as on DVD. Check out the flick's artwork, a photo gallery, and more info on Highland Myst Entertainment and Wolfclan Productions' steampunk-horror extravaganza.

From the Press Release:

The 15-minute short film The Mechanical Grave is already playing at steampunk and comic conventions around the country, and audiences are heralding it as “the best realization of steampunk yet seen in movie format.” DVDs of The Mechanical Grave are now available exclusively through Highland Myst online.

The year is 1895. Steam-powered ships fly through the air. Clockwork robots have replaced servants. And a grisly murder has taken place in the dark night of New York City. Called to the scene of the ritualistic murder, newly appointed police commissioner
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