Darryl Masters is the host of his own house flipping show, “Mastering Disaster”, along with his daughter and presumptive heir to his business, Rebecca. As soon as they begin work on their latest project, things start to go wrong, and Darryl is starting to believe that the house is responsible…
8989 Redstone Movie Trailer:
Eric Allan Kramer … Darryl Masters
Lindsay Bushman … Rebecca Masters
Frank Ashmore … Greg Boonstra
Clint Brink … Aaron
Abdul-Khaliq Murtadha … Gamaliel
Joe Nunez … Buddha
Not sure if this film was suppose to be a horror movie or a comedy, because I spent a majority of the film laughing. Eric Kramer is a funny man. Either way I enjoyed this film, it would have gotten 5 out of 5 if it wasn’t for the ending. So anyone that is going to decide to watch 8989 Redstone, don’t expect to much from the end, other then that the rest of it was great.
To sum up the movie quickly, it’s a reality show that flips houses and this house that they decided to flip ends up being haunted. So of course they run into a million and one problems during the flip.
Just on a quick side note, the movie takes place in Detroit, and it’s an abandoned mansion that they are renovating. And I think it is a complete shame how numerous neighborhoods in Detroit have been abandoned. Some of the buildings are just beautiful and need just a little TLC.
Movie Rating: 4 out of 5
1 thought on “8989 Redstone | Horror Movie Review”
Actually having a stepmom who is currently going through radiation treatments for cancer, it really kinda hits home. I think the ending kinda shows that even though you are supportive, you can’t go through it with the person. That no matter how hard you try to fix things, no matter how hard you love a person, sometimes you gotta just let them or things go. And, going through cancer, seeing someone you love dying, is seriously like a horror movie. I think it was a good movie. 🙂