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Agramon's Gate

USA 2020
produced by
Harley Wallen for Painted Creek Productions, Auburn Moon Productions, Carribean Fury Productions, Samera Entertainment
directed by Harley Wallen
starring Laurene Landon, Yan Birch, Kris Reilly, Kaiti Wallen, Aphrodite Nikolovski, Harley Wallen, Calhoun Koenig, Jessika Johnson, Francisco Posada, Peter Knox, Chevonne Wilson, Stacey Saunders, Angelina Danielle Cama, Troy Randall-Kilpatrick, Jennifer Jelsema, Nick Sarelli, Denise Emilia Sandulescu, Brent Bondy, Walker Fairbanks, Kayla Kelly, Alexandra Glenn, Shelby Bradley, Heather Fairbanks, Daniel Fernando Acosta, Ray Morgis, Sam Coffman, Whitney Wagner, Mason Heidger, Colleen Gentry, Destiny Hughbanks, Tania Rauth, Alyssa Caswell, Rish Mitra, Roland Ngalla, George Gonzalez, Evan Keoshian, Morgan Nimmo, Chris Polack, Eric Guenter Weber, Tom Trusco, Shirley Moon Koebbe, Kimberly Cruchon Brooks, Eileen Hatzos
written by Harley Wallen, music by Bon Lucas, additional music and sound design by Kaizad Patel, special effects makeup by Nicole Diehl, Nancy Oeswein

review by
Mike Haberfelner

It really started out as a party gag when psychic Vesna (Aphrodite Nikolovski) showed up at Richie (Kris Reilly) and Cassidy's (Kaiti Wallen) party to do some readings, and then did a séance with some of the guests, just for a laugh. Now Richie was against it from the beginning, as he doesn't believe in such mumbo-jumbo, but then at the séance some spirit or something is set free that might just be Richie's father Carter (Yan Birch) - and Carter wasn't a good man, so bad in fact that Richie had to shoot him dead at age 12 protecting his mother Sharon (Laurene Landon) from being strangled. Sharon has been in an asylum ever since.

Thing is, what has been released by Vesna won't go back where it came from, and now terrorizes not only Richie and Cassidy but also their friends Madelyn (Jessica Johnson) and Cameron (Francisco Posada) as well as sisters Natalie (Stacey Saunders) and Tiffany (Angelina Danielle Cama), whose father it eventually kills. Things get bad enough for even Richie agreeing to call Vesna for help, and Vesna brings in demon killer Zeb (Harley Wallen), and soon enough they camp at Richie and Cassidy's place together with Madelyn, Cameron, Natalie and Tiffany, to set up a trap for what they believe to be demon Agramon (Calhoun Koenig), who desperately tries to cross over into our world. Unfortunately, Agramon has an ace up his sleeve, Richie's mother, whom he tortures and eventually kills just to lure Richie out into the open - and it's more than doubtful that our heroes combined force will be strong enough to defeat the demon for good ...


Ok, so the premise for Agramon's Gate might be far fetched and confusing, even within the horror realm - but that doesn't matter one bit, because this is a movie that definitely gets it right: It might use a slow build-up, but it's never boring, always putting a focus on suspense when doing so, it's populated by fleshed-out characters who are so damn relatable because they're flawed, it uses plenty of tried-and-true scare tactics but sparingly for maximum effect, and places its jump scares only where they need to be. And add to that a strong cast, and you've got yourself a very solid piece of genre entertainment that's well worth a watch (or two).



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