An ancient spirit comes home this October with The 13th Friday, premiering on VOD 10/10 from Uncork’d Entertainment.
The 13th Friday Synopsis:
When a female refugee discovers an ancient demonic device that opens the gateway to another realm, she unleashes a dark entity that poses as her daughter. After many failed attempts to have the church explain the creation of her worst nightmares, she learns that the house is cursed by an enraged spirit that died on Friday the 13th. And now a group of thrill seeking friends unknowingly unleash its wrath and damn their souls.
Lisa May – Allison Khu – Paige Melissa L. Vega – Ryn Victoria Valdez – Stephanie David E. Cazares – Michael Kleiberg Deanna Grace Congo – Erin
A chilling tale of supernatural vengeance arrives this October with Cold Moon, co-written and directed by Griff Furst, in theaters and VOD from Uncork’d Entertainment.
Cold Moon Synopsis:
In a sleepy southern town, the Larkin family suffers a terrible tragedy. Now the Larkin’s are about to endure another: Traffic lights blink an eerie warning, a ghostly visage prowls in the streets, and graves erupt from the local cemetery in an implacable march of terror . . . And beneath the murky surface of the river, a shifting, almost human shape slowly takes form to seek a terrible vengeance.
Christopher Lloyd – James Redfield Tommy Wiseau – Rodeo Official Josh Stewart – Nathan Redfield Frank Whaley – Sheriff Ted Hale Candy Clark – Evelyn Larkin Robbie Kay – Ben Redfield Madison Wolfe – Mandy Rachele Brooke Smith – Belinda Hale Laura Cayouette – Ginny Darrish
Detectives in a remote town pore through every frame of a troubling tape to find the whereabouts of three missing college students. The chilling footage becomes more and more disturbing when the students come upon the bloody dress of an 8-year-old girl in the secluded wilderness and take it upon themselves to find her. Linking the case of the missing girl and the missing students together, the detective’s race to piece enough information together to find them alive.
Director: Mark Edwin Robinson Writer: Mark Edwin Robinson
Mini Movie Review:
This Saturday nights movie was The Levenger Tapes and it was actually a lot better than I thought it would be. Don’t always have the best of luck picking out my movie to watch on Saturday night. Decided to go away from Amazon Prime and see what Hulu had on it for a change. And as far as found footage movies go this one was good. A lot of the found footage movies I have found as of late have been a little cheesy.
The movie starts off with clips of a missing person report on an 8 yr old girl and then it goes to a few detective’s sitting in a room ready to review some video footage from a camcorder that was found. They were trying to found out what happened to a couple of missing teenagers. As they start watching the tapes they see three teenagers stop at a hole in the wall liquor shop and one of the main characters Chase decides to steal a bottle of booze and as he hopes in the car he tells the driver to step on it. As they are trying to flee they hit another vehicle. In the video footage, you can see in the other car, the missing 8-year-old girl sitting in the passenger seat.
So it goes from trying to figure out what happened to the teenagers to also hoping there will be more clues to the missing little girl. Will the cops find the missing teenagers? Will they see any more of the little girl in the footage? If you are looking for a movie to watch and you have Hulu this is worth the watch.