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Trash Arts Killers: Volume Three

UK 2022
produced by
Jackson Batchelor, Sam Mason-Bell Kelley Daniel (executive), Hill Burton (executive) for Trash Arts
directed by Sam Mason-Bell (wraparound segment, segments Night Cap, If Only You Could Speak, Death Valley, Sweet Dreams), Kieran Johnston (segment The Lodger, Carey), S.N. Sibley (Ruby Rain)
starring wraparound segment: Holly McLachlan, Rich Millyard; segment Night Cap: Chris Mills, Annabella Rich; segment If Only You Could Speak: Simon Berry; segment The Lodger, Carey: Martin W. Payne, Robyn Adams; segment Death Valley: Amanda Bourne, Hannah-Cait Harrison, Ella Palmer; segment Sweet Dreams: Aoife Mae Pembro, Peter McIver, Omar Mahmood Lagres; segment Ruby Rain: Jamie Brown, Jacqueline Phillips, Sarah Boulter, Ken Mood
written by Sam Mason-Bell (wraparound segment, segments Night Cap, Sweet Dreams), Chris Mills (segment Night Cap), Will Stretch (segment The Lodger, Carey), Ian Cooper (segment Death Valley), S.N. Sibley (Ruby Rain), music by Dan Bodan, Kevin MacLeod, Biz Baz Studio, Rusty Apper, Sir Cobworth, Elphnt, Density and Time, Patches, Lens Distortions, Godmode, Quinces Morera, Doug Maxwell, Hill, The Fall

Trash Arts Killers

review by
Mike Haberfelner

A nun (Holly McLachlan) is asking God for advice, but it's the Devil (Rich Millyard) who answers ...
  • Night Cap: Father Gabriel (Chris Mills) has hired a prostitute (Annabella Rich) for the night, well knowing she's possessed and could do with an exorcism - thing is, she knows that he knows ...
  • If Only You Could Speak: A puppeteer (Simon Berry) does a kiddie show on the internet about the value of friendship. Thing is, he feels so desparately alone he wishes his puppets could come to live to give him company - but of course, be careful what you wish for ...
  • The Lodger, Carey: Landlord Alan (Martin W. Payne) is more than happy to take lovely petite Carey (Robyn Adams) in as his lodger, figuring he can take advantage of her - but not factoring in that she might have other uses for him ...
  • Death Valley: Two friends on a zoom call (Amanda Bourne, Hannah Cait-Harrison) talk about Death Valley a bit too much so they unintentionally let a wraith (Ella Palmer) into their conversation. And the wraith has no nice intentions ...
  • Sweet Dreams: She has been plagued by bad dreams too long, so it's only too late that she realizes her hotel room really is haunted ...
  • Ruby Rain: Allen (Jamie Brown) has decided to become a masked serialkiller, taking it out on his girlfriend (Sarah Boulter) and his parents (Jacqueline Phillips, Ken Wood) first - but serial killing turns out not to be the squeaky-clean job it was made out to be ...

Trash Arts Killers: Volume Three sure is lots of fun, especially for its versatility when it comes to its approach to the genre, from the dead serious to the deceptively twisted to the wickedly funny - but what all the segments do have in common is that they're well-structured, creepy, and do have a certain EC Comics aura to them, tapping into in a good way old-fashioned short stories and morality plays, but at the same time never feeling antiquated, and pretty much delivering to the dedicated horror fan just the amount of gruesomeness, suspense and black humour they want and deserve.


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