Joan Huntar, a real estate developer, buys an old summer camp. However, the property has a dark history of supernatural worship and human sacrifice. A celebration weekend turns deadly when ... See full summary »
An invitation to an isolated mansion leads a young man to a surprise family reunion. As the hours tick on, the weekend spirals into all-consuming paranoia with the temptation of luxury and sexuality intermingling with treachery and taboo.
When student Jake Lo witnesses a killing, he finds himself caught between two feuding drug lords. Betrayed and set up by the federal agents, the only person he can trust is Ryan, a Chicago cop who reminds Jake of his deceased father.
Campfire stories in horror movies are notoriously accurate
the strand theater in seymour screened SCFTW before their halloween double-bill this weekend (10/21/2017), and what struck me immediately was man, this is an 'indie'? does the filmmakers have a 'ten million dollar budget' filter in final cut? because it looked awesome
i don't want to give too much away but the plot was sort of beetlejuicey where chanting a name isn't the best idea for your long-term health. and it doesn't take much its so short that you can sneeze and demon be like "wait..did you call me? i sorta think you did ah close enough ARRRGGGGGHH BOOGA BOOGA"
since im from ct i always think its neat when stuff is filmed around here and checking out the location photos (last house, Friday 2, house of the devil, innkeepers, etc). salem/massachusettes gets more pub but ct has some new england creep to her too
anyway definitely check out SCFTW if you have a chance, and thanks to larry and the folks at ctcultclassics for the showing. the crowd was into it and tho it was only 12 minutes we could have easily watched 5-10 more camp counselors making bad decisions
rating: 4 out of 5 leeches
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