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A Wakefield Project

Canada / USA 2019
produced by
Diane Da Silva, Rob Archer (executive), Bev Young (executive) for Six Feet Under Films, Toto Films, Ladywood Productions
directed by L.A. Lopes
starring Lindsay Seim, Dennis Andres, Anthony Bewlz, Rob Archer, Dan Yeager, Eileen Dietz, Pedro Miguel Arce, Brie Sutherland, Avery Esteves, Patrick Walker, Tressa Ohler, Amber Akers, Deborah Gordon Burke, Tressa Ohler, Cassie Mosher, Giselle Alarcon, Elisabeth Phillips, Robert Porta, Courtney Dahlin, Vicki Strickland, Dominique Dumas, Bianca Stephanie Millan, Briana Garcia, Colby Hanning, Arizona Olave, Deborah Hanning, Kayla Pusatero, Steffani Hieber, Rayne Colwell, Dylan Lopes, Teresa Lopes, Larrysa Chaplin-Lupu, Rylea Lupu
screenplay by Lindsay Seim, based on the story Befall by Diane Da Silva, music by Jean Yves Andre, special effects by Dob Francise, Debbie Bennett, Zane Fierro

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Eric (Anthony Bewlz) and Reese (Dennis Andres) have put all their money in an abandoned inn in the middle of nowhere with the intention of re-opening it as a bed and breakfast - but when they renovate it, they feel some weird energies, weird enough that they call in a psychic, Chloe (Lindsay Seim), who can only confirm their feelings, but also feels strongly drawn to Eric, and vice versa. Running errands, Reese stumbles across Sheryl (Eileen Dietz), who fills him in about the history of the inn: It was owned by serial killer Nathan Cross (Rob Archer), who killed and buried six women there 10 years ago - but there was a seventh who escaped, reported him to the police, and eventually Nathan was arrested, convicted to death and executed ... which means Eric and Reese are in possession of a murder house - that could turn into a goldmine if promoted right. Reese also finds some old videotapes in the basement, obviously left by the killer, and when watching them has a weird revelation.

Meanwhile, Eric fetches Chloe from the graveyard where her car broke down, but things are soon getting weird, and apparently it's down to solar flares hitting the town that open a gateway to another dimension and allows the dead back into our world. Back at the inn, it's revealed that Chloe was actually the girl who has escaped from Nathan back when - and it seems he's now coming back from the dead to finish what he has started. Sure, Eric and Reese are hell-bent on saving her, but how can they fight what they don't even fully understand ...


True, A Wakefield Project has a bit of a slow beginning, and it does take the suspension of disbelief almost to breaking point - but what it also has are relatable and interesting characters embodied by a fine cast, a good sense for mystery ... and a truly exciting finale that pulls all the stops, is atmospheric as heck, and doesn't pull away from showing full-on violence in all the right moments while also hitting all the right notes on the suspense side of things. Good genre fun for sure.


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