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Hallows Eve (2016)

The night they take the town...

Director:

Brad Watson

Writer:

Brad Watson
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Cast

Cast overview:
Sarah Akokhia ... Cassie
Ethan Taylor Ethan Taylor ... Darren
Lenox Kambaba Lenox Kambaba ... Roman
Savannah Baker ... Becky
Chase Willoughby Chase Willoughby ... Phil
Ruby Eva Ruby Eva ... Marcel (as Ruby Tucker)
Chloé Hardy Chloé Hardy ... Tracy
Frankie Clarence Frankie Clarence ... Callum
Duncan Casey ... PC Robins
Andromeda Godfrey ... Karen
Rebecca Kiser ... Lauren Jacobs
Faith Knight ... Vicki Sommers
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The Hallows Estate is on alert as strange graffiti tags with messages declaring the streets will be taken over on Halloween night begin to appear on walls around the place, along with sightings of strange figures lurking in the shadows. One of the gangs responsible for the serious anti social behavior that give the estate a bad name, decide to take these threats head on and ignore the curfew on Halloween night. But who ever, or what ever, this new threat is, they seem to have the very night on their side as they make good on their promise of claiming the streets by frightening and violent means. Written by Filmic Media Ltd

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The Night They Take the Town... See more »

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Horror | Thriller

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

August 2016 (UK) See more »

Filming Locations:

Essex, England, UK

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Color

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2.4 : 1
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Referenced in Frightfest 2016: In Conversation With (2016) See more »

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Not Bad at all - Great Cinematography and sound
10 July 2017 | by Suart RossSee all my reviews

I've being working in the film industry for several years and this film doesn't look bad at all, especially considering the budget they claim to have spent.

When it comes to horror movies, I think the two most crucial elements are the cinematography, the soundtrack. Actually, sometimes I prefer there to be no music at all but in this case it created a good 80's mood and the main theme got stuck in my head for a few days.

The storyline is pretty decent. It's not genuinely creepy on it's own but together with the great cinematography and sound design it does a decent enough job to keep your interest and sell what your seeing unfold on screen. And it's safe to say that this is a very different take on your typical low-budget Halloween/horror movie.

I'm not a really big fan of that British accent but the acting was more than decent in my opinion. I wouldn't be surprised to see some of those guys on mainstream productions one day.


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