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Ten Doors

USA 2021
produced by
James Person (executive), Gordon Price (executive) for Chapter 11 Films, Full Access Films, Film Pro
directed by James Person, Gordon Price
starring Gordon Price, Shelley Novak, Amber Lee, James Shiels III, Alex Michalos, Kera O'Bryon, Walter Smith jr, Elisa Kirby, Jill Shepard Williams, Robert Shepherd, John S. Howell sr, Anthony Barrow, Gary Scrubbs, Bethany Brooke, George Opie, Jeffrey Webber, Stephanie Barthoiomul, Terri Nuhfer Berube, Ashley Carter, Matt Carter, Mony Clarke, Kyle Fannin, Michele Fulton, Arron Hamilton, Hope Irons, Michael McIntosh, Lisa Rae Ring, Richard Ross, Tom Sawyer, Wendy Smith, Thomas Thompson, Kyler Brockman, Evan Phillips, Terrell Hill, Kurt Bimler, Eric Brookman, Angie Kay, Skyler Cartwright, Alanah Hays, William S. Walker, Laura Walker, Billy Cobb, Dimetrius Almazin, John Burton, Greg Hanson, Samuel Johansson, Samual Lee Jones jr
written by James Person, Gordon Price, music by Mark Alwine, Skyler Cartwright, Nate Sparks

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Kenzie (Shelley Novak) has been killed by who she thinks was the Devil (James Shiels III) and has wondered the valley of death, but has since rather unexpicably come back to life again. Ever since she's been writing on a book about her experiences, and she thinks Dr. Porter (Gordon Price) and Adora Hall (Amber Lee) might be able to give her the final advice on her work, especially since they've both written books about death and afterlife, suicide and purgatory. But after a joint book reading the two kill themselves independently from one another, he because he has just received (erroneous) terminal cancer findings, she because she finds her husband (Alex Michalos) has just killed their kids (Kyler Brockman, Evan Phillips) and then himself - both valid excuses for suicide, no matter where you stand on the subject. Kenzie though doesn't give up on them and tries to make contact with the spirit world - but instead she's somehow pushed into the beyond, into a place that might be hell, and finds things are even worse than she initially assumed, as someone's killing the deads of hell ...


Now this film isn't totally easy to follow as it's based on a very complex mythology (presumably) of its own design, but doesn't try to hit the audience in the head with a sledgehammer but leaves much to the audience's imagination, while delivering just the right kind of atmosphere to make things palpable for the viewer all the same. And colourful, not run-of-the-mill characters with relatable motives, and an able cast embodying them really helps for this film to hit home and provide some suitably creepy genre entertainment.


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