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directed by Michael Kenneth Fahr
starring Michael Kenneth Fahr, Christopher Sarlls, Christopher Patrino, Justine Renee, M. Catherine Wynkoop, Rick Teliga, Michael E. Hambrick, Charles Chudabala, Amy Demilo, Paul Saulo, Rebecca Fiallos, Essex O'Brien, Gail Yost, Sharla Darcus Moore, Monica Sos, DeQuan Mitchell, Jonathan Montes, Mackson Acordi, Joel D. Wynkoop, Andrej Sokolik, Scott Thompson, Hunter Paul Drake, Kii Hornick, Dustin Hubbard, Scott A. Skyberg, Jesus J. Maldonado, Julion Burnett, Rick D. Rosa
written by Michael Kenneth Fahr, music by Evan Joseph, Luke Schwartz

review by
Mike Haberfelner

It's only days away from the anniversary screening of filmmaker John Wellington's (Paul Saulo) groundbreaking horror movie - when he and his wife (Amy Demilo) are murdered in their vast mansion, and by someone wearing the very attire of the killer in above-mentioned movie, too.

With John out of the way, the relatives start fighting over the inheritance, including sons Nick (Michael Kenneth Fahr) and Steve (Christopher Sarlls), aunt Rhonda (M. Catherine Wynkoop) and cousin Kyle (Rick Teliga). And initially it seems all the cards are stacked in favour of Nick, as he sleeps with the family lawyer Laura Sanders (Justine Renee), and she's more than happy to change details in the will according to his demands and helps him in his attempts to declare his brother mentally unfit to inherit any of their parents' fortune. Thing is, Nick doesn't play exactly fair even with Laura, as he has a boyfriend (Charles Chudabala) behind her back. And then there's of course the place's caretaker Nigel (Christopher Patrino), who seems to have an agenda of his own, several of the mansion's staff Nick has fired who might hold a grudge - oh, and also the killer of Nick and Steve's parents is still on the premises and has since continued to brutally murder people, with Nick being too self-absorbed to call the police - especially since it's above-mentioned anniversary screening tonight, and Nick just loves to party, and knows the dealing might bring good business opportunities ...


A really fun horror movie that blends elements of the slasher movie with old dark house motives and whodunnit mainstays (including the titular "inheritance" that has always been a good murder mystery premise), and the mix manages to remain entertaining throughout, as the piece is swiftly paced and cleverly written to stay clear of too obvious genre tropes - to the point where one can't be certain in regards to who dies and who might survive to the final resolution. And well-written characters that might not be entirely likeable but most certainly interesting keep one invested in the story throughout, to make this one entertaining genre trip.


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