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Everwinter Night

USA 2023
produced by
Adam McDonald, Jon Balanoff, Anita Caruso, Jay Voishnis (executive), Sean T. Ward (executive), Mike Gutman (executive), Adam Newman (executive) for Dreamscape Productions
directed by Adam Newman
starring Victoria Mirrer, McKenna Parsons, Chris Goodwin, Jamie Dufault, Sarah Nicklin, Francesca Shipsey, Alana Phillips, Nicolette Sweeney, Alisha Espinosa, Eddie Nason, Sean T. Ward, Topher Hansson, Claire Elizabeth Davies, Chloe Couture, Colin Allen, Jay Voishnis, Patrick Garrigan, Johnny Halloran, Anthony Gaudette, Ryan C. James, Saoirse Tiernan, Kelly McGrath, Adam McDonald, Jon Balanoff, Scott Sederquist, Jordan Pacheco
written by Chris Goodwin, Adam Newman

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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The plan was for best friends V (Victoria Mirrer) and Maddy (McKenna Parsons) to spend a simply girls weekend together - but these best laid-out plans soon get hijacked by their friends Becca (Alana Phillips) and Fiona (Nicolette Sweeney), who have been invited to some rich guy's party and just insist for V and Maddy to come with them. Once there, V is almost immediately disgusted by the loud decadence of the other party guests while Maddy is quite pleased that their host Erik (Chris Goodwin) shows definite interest in her - and Becca and Fiona are only after liquor and a good shag anyways. But the longer the stay at the place lasts, the more convinced V becomes that this is not just some weird party by the nouveaux riches but has all the hallmarks of a cult ritual - but by that time Maddy already thinks she's either jealous or just crazy, and the only two who even listen to her are caretaker/bartender Jack (Jamie Dufault), who has taken a definite liking to her but seems to be overly busy looking the other way in terms of the goings-on, and the overly cynical Cailyn (Sarah Nicklin), who seems to be 100% in on things but seems to have too much fun sabotaging things to really give a ratfart about V's suspicions ...


As horror flicks about evil cults go, Everwinter Night, which also borrows from the folk horror genre, is pretty fun, basically because of its light-hearted directorial approach paired with a script that's peppered with some sharp dialogue and never shies away from bits of comedy tonot weigh down the mood too quickly or give away too much too soon. And what really carries the movie are its well fleshed-out characters played by a competent cast, characters relatable enough to draw one in - and all of this eventually results in pretty cool horror entertainment.


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