- Elf 2017
Jason Swanger, Alex Timm, Dusten Austin, Walter C. Jones, Duke Mechele, Shawn Landrenea, Jacob Peterson, Josh Meadows, Derek Young, Alex Terrebonne, William H. Miller, Valec M. Halphen, Jaxon Kal-El Hunter, Chase Hunter, Devyn Meche (executive), Jeff 'Jayton Tha Mac' Fenton (executive), Chad Clinton Freeman (executive), Joe Grgetich (executive), Dustin Hubbard (executive), Brent S. Duncan (executive), Jack Hunter (executive), Danny Field (executive) for Southern Sykos, Steep Hill Films, House Of Don, Dustin Hubbard Productions, Squantofied Productions, House Of Lazlo
directed by Douglas Farra, Jesse Gilbert, Aaron Normand, Larry Rosen, Chad Clinton Freeman, Ray Gammil, Maurice Hooks
starring Paige Lauren Billiot, Victoria Viveiros, Kelly Garni, Nicola Fiore, Jack Hunter, Aaron Normand, Tamara Porter, Autumn Duncan, Kelly Lebenger, Ray Gammil, Kathleen Tripp, Kasey Connolly, Yesi Rodriguez
written by Jack Hunter, Chad Clinton Freeman
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Ronnie has found a box full of BetaMax tapes among his deceased dad's
things, and to his horror, they are all snuff tapes or confession tales of
real life killers or tapes of people accidently filming their own demises
- so he witnesses the "beauty queens" of a small town being
killed off one after the other, a woman getting rid of her boyfriends
rather brutally, teens up for a party somehow ending up with a death cult,
paranormal investigations going dead (sorry for the pun) wrong, and so on
and so forth. Thing is, Ronnie soon becomes kind of addicted to these
tapes, even if he finds them repellent at the same time, and he also tries
to get two of his friends to watch them with him - but these tapes also
slowly change Ronnie, and not for the better ...
The concept of
this movie - to create a found footage anthology - is rather captivating,
and it works, too, thanks to a strong wraparound story, and at least some
of the segments of this collection are really nicely executed and
structured (including the occasional ironic punchline) while others are
really raw - and for that reason all the creepier. Plus the fact that the
film opens with some actual found footage from four mysterious murder
cases (there are no actual killings in this movie though) gives the whole
thing a macabre undercurrent, plus all the segments of the film are
supposed to be based on actual killings.
Well, if you're up for
something creepy, this is well worth a watch!