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The Haunting of Alice D
Alice D

USA 2014
produced by
Kristina Page, Josh Hammond, Christopher Maltauro for Two Chick Pix
directed by Jessica Sonneborn
starring Kane Hodder, Juan Riedinger, Al Snow, Megan Hensley, Aaron Massey, Kristina Page, Jessica Sonneborn, Julianne Tura, Michael Reed, Eliza Swenson, Josh Hammond, Sarah Nicklin, Chanel Ryan, Barry Ratcliffe, Kaylee Signore, Deborah Venegas, Nick Apostolides, Ryan Michael Wojcik, Bill Jacques, William DeCoff, Kachina Dechert, Lindsey Elisabeth Cork, Alexis Kurtz
written by Jessica Sonneborn, music by Carlos Vivas, special effects makeup by George Troester, visual effects by Eric Latek

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Sleazeball Joe (Juan Riedinger) organizes a party for his best friends Michael (Aaron Massey) and Adam (Michael Reed) and invites three hookers (Megan Hensley, Jessica Sonneborn, Julianne Tura) over for entertainment, too. But then Joe's archenemy (but fiancée of his best friend) Krista (Eliza Swenson) shows up to tell the girls a scary story, just to get them in the mood: Joe's house has been in the family for over a century and was originally a whorehouse where Joe's ancestor "Judge" Davenport (Kane Hodder) forced women into prostitution, including young Alice (Kristina Page), who quickly became his favourite whore because she showed defiance to the last - the last being when she actually killed Judge Davenport, then committed suicide.

Not really a good way to get a party started, but the girls are professionals ... all but Jenny (Megan Hensley), who's actually not a prostitute but needed the extra cash, and quickly, too. And that appeals to Michael, who's really not into banging hookers and who didn't even know there'd be any at the party until things have gotten started. Not knowing that, Jenny at first detests him just like the others, but he kind of saves her from being raped by Joe, and gradually the two of them bond.

Thing is, Jenny's fate is not totally unlike Alice's, and somehow that seems to bring the spirit of her back, wreaking havok among those at the party, first by scaring everyone shitless, then letting Joe see her in one of the prostitutes (Julianne Tura) and inducing him to kill her - and the party goes downhill from there ... on a bloody slope!

Al Snow plays chief Davenport's henchman, Sarah Nicklin Alice's sister.


The Haunting of Alice D is a really nice little ghost story that manages to manages to marry its sleazy backdrop to a feminist message and still come across sexy at all the right moments, that takes time to build up its story and characters before hammering home the shocks with quite a bit of panache, and that's really high on atmosphere, thanks to an elegant directorial effort and camerawork, and also a simply great location and art direction. And add to that a very solid ensemble cast, and you've got yourself a pretty good spooker!


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