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Widow's Point

USA 2019
produced by
Tamar Lamberson, Richard Chizmar (executive), Erin Elizabeth Heald (executive) for Kwakutl Films
directed by Gregory Lamberson
starring Craig Sheffer, KateLynn E. Newberry, Dominic Luongo, Kaelin Lamberson, John Renna, Richard Satterwhite, Michael Thurber, Willow Anwar, Kim Piazza, Paul McGinnis, Amy Hoffman, Kyle Mecca, Bob Rusch, Sam Qualiana, Constance Caldwell, Matthew King, Billy Chizmar, Alexander S. McBryde, Bill Brown, Michael O'Hear, John Renna jr, Bob Bozek, Erin Elizabeth Heakd, Joe Blodgett, Craig Sabin (voice)
screenplay by Gregory Lamberson, based on the book by Richard Chizmar, Billy Chizmar, music by Armand John Petri, Joe Rozler, stop motion and miniature effects by John Vincent, visual effects by Chris Cosgrave

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Thomas Livingston (Craig Sheffer), a writer desparate for a hit, decides to pull a publicity stunt and lock himself into the spookiest place in the country, the lighthouse at Widow's Point, for the weekend and document it all on camera for maximum exposure. His agent (Richard Satterwhite) is understandably thrilled by the idea and sends along his assistant Rosa (KateLynn E. Newberry) and tech guy Andre (Dominic Luongo) to supervise the whole thing - remotely, as Thomas goes into the lighthouse on his own. At first, nothing much happens, Thomas just recounts creepy stories about the lighthouse, like when a friend (John Renna) killed the last lighthouse keeper (Paul McGinniy) and his family in the 1930s, or that actress (Amy Hoffman) that hung herself from the observation platform during a shoot at the place in the 1980s. He eventually finds the journal of the lighthouse keeper's daughter (Kaelin Lamberson), who writes about seeing apparitions of a ghostly lady in a wedding gown (Willow Anwar), apparitions she managed to wish away - only a few weeks before she and her family got slaughtered. But at first it seems that apart from telling a few good stories, nothing about the stunt is particularly spooky - until, without Thomas's knowledge, the camera's picture transmission goes blank, and while Rosa and Andre desparately try to fix it (but fail), they can still hear Thomas, his ramblings becoming creepier and creepier, as things start to go out of control: Objects from the stories he has told start to pop up and disappear rather randomly, the food he brought goes bad before time, the water turns salty, and soon enough, Thomas gets the feeling he's not alone in the lighthouse - and what's worse, whoever's there with him is not or no longer human ...


A very nice haunted house flick that chooses an original approach to tell a familiar story, that has all the scares and suspense scenes in all the right places, and manages to get the most out of its slowburn narration. And Craig Sheffer's given enough space to come into his own and make his character and slow descent into madness palpable, while he's supported by a very solid ensemble. And of course a great location made good use of also helps making this one entertaining spooker.


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