Former baseball player Blue Jean Douglas is closing down her small-town strip club and leaving for good. But her plans are not so easily attained when a group of coal miners show up and with them a deadly contaminant. What starts out as a last hurrah for the infamous strip club, turns into a blood bath. With time running out, Blue Jean must step up to the plate to try and put a stop to the spread of destruction before it’s too late and she loses everything she holds dear.
Wren Walker – Blue Jean Caz Odin Darko – Remy Madison J. Loos – Logan Cameron Dent – Tony Al Dales – Chromagnum Momona Komagata – Frankie Kirsty Peters – Licorice / Carla Nikki Wallin – Baby / Elaine Victoria Gomez – Tina Rafael Mateo – Pablo David Torres – Mario Edwin Perez – Jesus Andrea Rosolia – Panuche Manny Jacinto – Travis Emma Docker – Aja
Directed by Sevé Schelenz and written by Lisa DeVita, available On Demand March 28 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
A small TV crew make their way into the most haunted hotel in the US for the last program in their web series on the paranormal. With the help of a native-American medium, they perform a ceremony that brings forth more spirits and demons than the crew bargained for.
For what seemed to be a low budget horror flick, I was rather entertained. It started out on the slow side and I think they spent way to much time on the outside of the haunted hotel.
It is however your pretty typical ghost hunters/found footage type of movie. The acting was actually pretty good, usually with some of these lower budget horror movies, the actors couldn’t act to save their lives, but this bunch did a pretty good job of getting you invested into the story line and their well being.
So if you need something to watch on a Saturday or any other night really, why not give A Haunting at The Park Hotel a try.
Before Paranormal Activity and listed on Blumhouse’s website as one of “13 Lesser-Known Found Footage Horror Films We Dare You to Watch,” In Memorium follows Dennis Wade, who after a grim diagnosis, installs cameras in a rented home with his girlfriend to film his final weeks. Until a presence is caught on tape. Roy Lee (Producer, The Ring) calls it “A very creepy film that gets under your skin.”
This movie really didn’t have a lot of scare factor to it, but it was somewhat entertaining.
This movie starts with the main characters Dennis and Lily as they move into a new house so Dennis can live out his final days as he was just diagnosed with a terminal disease.
Dennis sets up cameras throughout his new house to record his final days in hopes of having them edited together to have a documentary of his final days. Everything seemed normal until he starts hearing weird things at night and they catch a shadowy figure on camera in one of the spare rooms. As they try to figure out who the spirit is, things start to get worse and worse for the couple that thing bring Dennis’s brother Frank into the mix.
Will Dennis actually be able to escape the house he planned on dying in? or will his plan actually still happen, just not the way he planned on it.