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The Face at the Window (2011)

Two lovers escape for a weekend in the country. But they're not the only ones to escape.


Gene Blalock


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Credited cast:
Ashley Donigan Ashley Donigan ... Amanda
Douglas Tait ... James Ethan Halloway
James Tumminia ... Radio News Announcer
Chris Waters ... Curtis


Fate leads the willing, and drags along the reluctant, twisting destinies to it's liking, and damning those who dare stand in its path. For one loving couple, a moment of carelessness leads to an inevitable trip into hell, with a visit from a true monster. Make sure you are prepared as you travel to your Halloween parties, dear friends, for fate waits around ever curve. Written by Seraph Films, L.L.C.

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Release Date:

28 October 2011 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Simi Valley, California, USA

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Seraph Films See more »
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2.35 : 1
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The original ending was to be more graphic, however after the edit was done, the decision was made to keep the severed head shot short. See more »

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Another Blalock classic from Seraph Films
19 August 2012 | by IamHollywoodHomelessSee all my reviews

Once again my day has been blessed with some great filmmaking. Seraph films never fails to deliver.

The Face at the Window is a short piece directed by Gene Blalock for this production company I have had good fortune to stumble upon. As is with all their films this is very high quality.

A tale of suspense and horror as we visit the fear within a stranded car and a dark forest. The cinematography is creepy, dark, unique and could stand alone simply on effectiveness. Bring this together with a great cast Ashley Donigan, Douglas Tait, James Tumminia and Chris Waters and the recipe blends into a fantastic meal of horror.

I seek out every film I can from anyone associated with Seraph films and Gene Blalock. They bring back real filmmaking keeping the story telling as it should be, pure fun.

Thanks for another one guys.

Christian Calloway www.IMDb.me/IamHollywoodHomeless www.IamHollywoodHomeless.com

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