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H.P. Lovecraft's Witch House

USA 2021
produced by
Bobby Easley, Ken Wallace, J.D. Brenton, Michael Sherfick (executive) for Horror Wasteland Pictures International
directed by Bobby Easley
starring Portia Chellelynn (= Michelle Morris), Julie Anne Prescott, Erin Trimble, Shonda Laverty, Andrea Collins, Solon Tsangaras, Bill Levin, Joe Padgett, John Johnson, Aubrey Smith-Leonard, Jash Himenez, Hannah Hale, Lexi Werner, Riverah Kirkwood, Lee Hale, Michael Todd, Kevin Frink, David "Beetle" Bailey, Lauri Reid, Tom Alvarez, Izzy Morrison
screenplay by Bobby Easley, Ken Wallace, based on the story The Dreams in the Witch-House by H.P. Lovecraft, music by Dyllen Nance, special effects by Phil Yeary, Zeus Lee

review by
Mike Haberfelner

On the run from an abusive ex she thinks wants to killer, Alice (Portia Chellelynn) finds abode in the Hannah House, a house with a very dark and violent past, a past that seems to even have some effect on present times as people go missing in the vicinity of the house from time to time, never to resurface again. Now that would be spooky to most but not Alice, as she's a graduate student trying to prove the possibility of alternate dimensions, and Hannah House might just be the key to her research. But what sounds mighty lofty soon proves to be all too real, as in very disturbing nightmares she learns about the evil goings-on in the house, nightmares that feel too real to be just figments of her imagination and contain facts from the house's past and maybe also present. Thing is, even through her waking hours, Alice drifts off into nightmareland every time and again, a nightmareland that seems to be controlled by none other than her landlady (Shonda Laverty), and that Tommi (Julie Anne Prescott), her one friend among the tenants of Hannah House, might be a part of ...


A film that most certainly does H.P. Lovecraft proud, as despite its graphic scenes, it doesn't always spell things out but hints at them, making them all the more ominous that way, and giving the viewer plenty of opportunity to scare oneself. And a very competent cast makes the whole thing relatable while atmospheric filmmaking keeps things creepy throughout, making this some very cool genre entertainment.


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