A terrifying supernatural thriller in which a group of college friends on a road trip find themselves fighting off dark forces at a remote farmhouse after a chance encounter with a strange little girl.
Elizabeth Di Prinzio,
A film crew producing a rock music video decides to shoot at an abandoned factory above the snow line. When an avalanche strands them, a murderous family living in the factory attacks and kills many of them.
Mats Helge Olsson,
Dolly Deadly is a feature film of the psychological horror/revenge genre written by Heidi Moore and Cassandra Sechler. Heidi Moore, the director of Dolly Deadly, is a Chico based filmmaker who is well known for her short "Boyfriend" and work for Wretched productions. She came across the work of Cassandra Sechler, director of "Wireboy" and leader of Dreams For Dead Cats productions, and thought it would be fun to combine forces for a feature film. Though both have a distinct style, Heidi and Cassandra both love 70's and 80's horror films, trash & cult cinema, low budget filmmaking, and practical fx, so it comes as no surprise that a collaborative effort is in the works for them. Dolly Deadly is sure to be a little creepy, a bit silly, and a lot of fun (think Troma meets John Waters). The story of Dolly Deadly revolves around the warped psychology of a tormented young boy who can only relate to his doll collection, and the only relief from the pain in his life comes with slaughtering ...Written by
I loved this movie. It's fun to see great and creative people making such good and interesting movies with such a low budget. The make up and masks in this movie are absolutely fantastic. The actor who plays Benji is absolutely great and I love the fact that they bring up gender roles like how "boys shouldn't play with dolls" because this is such an important question nowadays.
I love the story and the trippy moments. Great camera-work, awesome stop motion, awesome story and awesome acting.
Don't miss out on this one.
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