Emmy Award winning director, Ryan Bellgardt’s (Army of Frankenstein) highly anticipated creature feature Gremlin hits VOD July 11 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Adam receives a mysterious box from a relative containing a creature that will kill everyone he cares about. The only way to be rid of the curse is to give the box to someone he loves. As the ominous timer on the box counts down to its end, he can only imagine the horrors that await. Does he give the box away to save his family, or unleash a monster upon humanity? He can’t destroy it. He can’t escape it. He can only give it to someone he loves…
Geoff Barron – Police Officer Christian Bellgardt – Henry Thatcher Katie Burgess – Anna Thatcher Aaron Bushong – Police Officer Stacy Casaluci – Lisa Roberts Tyler Cobb – Mad Man Chris Crane – Police Chief Steven Dawson – Police Officer Mary Eaton – Police Officer Adam Faulkner – Police Officer Audra Faust – Unfortunate Soul Dustin Faust – Grieving Man Connie Franklin – Natalie Rose
A schizophrenic filmmaker, traumatized since childhood by the murder of his mother, writes and plots a retelling of his past staring a naive teenage girl and her friends while a creepy old man haunts them in the woods.
Cast & Crew
Director: Ryan Byrne Screenplay: Ryan Byrne Music composed by: Aaron Alessandrini Producer: Ryan Byrne Cast: Ryan Byrne, Ariella Arbus, Dylan Cook, Marie-Josee Dionne
To be 100% honest with you, this movie isn’t even really worth a review. It is one of the worst horror films I have seen in a long time. And I actually thought I was getting ready to watch All Hallows’ Eve, not All Hallows Eve. What a difference an apostrophe can make. We always youtube every movie before we watch it so we can watch the trailer. Well, we watched the trailer for All Hallows’ Eve and thought that was what we were watching. So wrong we were…
This movie was all over the place, characters didn’t make sense, things they said didn’t make sense, this movie just didn’t make any sense. I know my reviews aren’t that great to begin with, but this one I am not even going to try….
In this heart-pounding thriller from acclaimed writer and director Mike Flanagan (Oculus, Before I Wake), silence takes on a terrifying new dimension for a young woman living along in the woods. Author Maddie Young (Kate Siegel) lives a life of utter isolation after losing her hearing as a teenager. She’s retreated form society, living in seclusion and existing in a completely silent world. But one night, the fragile world is shattered when the masked face of a psychotic killer appears in her window. Without another living soul for miles, and with no way to call for help, it appears that Maddie is at the killer’s mercy… but he may have underestimated his prey. As this horrifying game of cat and mouse escalates to a breathless fever-pitch, Maddie must push herself beyond her mental and physical limits in order to survive the night.
Hush Cast & Crew
Directed by: Mike Flanagan Writing Credits: Mike Flanagan Kate Siegel Cast: Kate Siegel John Gallagher Jr. Michael Trucco Samantha Sloyan
Hush Movie Trailer
Hush Movie Review
Now a days it’s so hard to watch a horror movie without it feeling like something you’ve watched a thousand times, with Hush I must say it felt original.
Couldn’t imagine how scary it must be to face the world day in and day out without ever hearing a single sound, not knowing if something or someone is walking up behind you, or breathing over your shoulder. But the main character of this film Maddie was pretty fearless in the face of a killer.
The only thing I wish they explained in this movie, was what is the killers motive. You are given no reason throughout the entire movie of why this man killed the people he did and why he is after Maddie. I mean you get the gist of why he is after her, it’s because of the neighbor Sarah running to Maddie for help when she is being attacked, but why was he hunting Sarah?