Five paranormal investigators venture into the infamous Farhope Tower, known for its dark history of unexplained suicides, with dreams of landing a reality TV deal. But they get more than they bargained for when they enter the strangely ever-changing layout as an omnipresent evil begins manipulating the team, and the higher they climb, the more everything spirals out of control
John White – Jake April Mullen – Zoe Evan Williams – Andre Lauren Collins – Judy Tim Doiron – Simon Brittany Allen – Susan Ari Millen – Henryman
Director: April Mullen Writer: Jeremy Doiron, Michael Doiron
Mini Movie Review:
This review will most likely contain a spoiler or two, so if you don’t want anything ruined for you, you may want to stop reading now.
I’m kind of torn on this movie, I am not sure if I want to praise it or say how crappy it was. The actual storyline and acting were good but there are a few things that happened that just drives me nuts and took away from the movie. Problem one is the fact that this group of paranormal investigators went to the Farhope Tower to film a pilot for a TV show they are hoping to get greenlit. The major issue I had with that is the fact the girl holding the video camera is never recording anything. She spent half of the time with it pointed towards the ground. How are you supposed to film a pilot if you have no footage?
The second thing that bugged the crap out of me was two scenes with injuries. The character Zoe breaks her Tibia and another character says let me reset it and pushes the splintered bone back under the skin. Then they wrap some gauze around it and Jake asks her do you think you can walk? Really? She had a bone sticking out of her leg and you think a little gauze is going to help her walk on it? Well later on in the movie she does walk on it, blows my mind.
The third thing is Andre has his stomach ripped opened and his intestines were all over the floor and Jake says give me the first aid kit, you’ll be ok or something along those lines. But a first aid kit? really…
Other than those couple of things though it was a pretty decent movie, so don’t let me ranting keep you from checking it out.
Evidence follows a group of friends hiking in the Los Angeles hills as they are attacked by a mysterious creature. When they flee for their lives, they discover an underground lab that appears to be the genesis of these deadly creatures. Will the friends be able to escape the hills ahead of their ravenous hunters? Did this actually happen?
Ryan McCoy – Ryan Brett Rosenberg – Brett Ashley Bracken – Ashley Toby Bryant – Abi’s Brother Abigail Richie – Abi Brandon Richie – Gamer on Couch / Tattooed Man Keith Lewis – Lone Wolf
Director: Howie Askins Writer: Ryan McCoy
Mini Movie Review:
To start off with I would have given this movie a 5 out of 5 if it wasn’t for the last quarter of the movie. Spent a majority of the movie thinking it was about one thing and all of the sudden it takes the biggest turn. I had no clue what was going on.
Also I was wondering the whole movie what was so special about Brett that he was having a documentary made about him. Was he someone important? A celebrity? I honestly didn’t know the answer until I was looking up the official synopsis for the movie and found out they were doing a documentary on the first time Brett went camping. Really? That’s what a film maker decided to make one on? Glad the movie turned out much better then the synopsis.
Well the movie is basically about a group of four friends that go up to the mountains to film a documentary. They all load into a small RV and make the trip. The documentary is about Brett but he is hating the idea from the beginning and spends the entire time complaining. They make it to their campsite and their first night there is perfect. The spend the evening partying and hanging out.
The second day things start to get a little weird the group takes a hike and they see a mysterious black figure in the valley. So this puts everyone on edge except for Ryan who actually wants to go look for this thing. As night comes Ryan pulls out the whiskey to try and get everyone into a better mood. Which is working until they start to hear weird noises and a mysterious man shows up at the campsite. They are all freaked out by this and decide to sleep in the RV for the night but when they wake up Brett is nowhere to be found. Will the group find him? Did the mysterious man get him? Or maybe the black figure.
If you need a good flick to watch and you have Amazon Prime you should check this out, just remember the back side of the movie gets a little weird.
Russel Brody, a one-time successful playwright, works diligently on a follow-up play that could land him back in the spotlight he so early craves. With a baby on the way, however, and a strained marriage, stress and frustration take center stage. When his wife accidentally stumbles down the stairs and dies from her injuries, Brody’s mental state goes from bad to one of utter despair. In a bid to help his friend regain his sanity, Brody’s co-writer David Stanley suggests he revisits Lucy, his former mistress. The ghost of Brody’s dead wife awakens to the sordid details of his unfaithfulness, enraging her supernatural spirit to haunt him in every horrifying way imaginable. At first, Brody thinks he’s hallucinating and hearing things in his head, the result of his state of mind and alcohol. But as things intensify, his grip on sanity quickly slips away, and he starts to go mad. Appearing in every shadow, and provoking him relentlessly, the ghost cranks up her onslaught, making his life a living hell. Brody reaches his breaking point when the ghost possesses his former mistress, and he’s forced to confront the scorned entity — resulting in a climax of both psychological and physical terror.
Steve Richard Harris – Russell Brody Demetrius Stear – David Katherine Flannery – Estella Brody Sara Malakul Lane – Lucy Amanda Ruth Ritchie – Samantha