Release Date: 1 May 2020
Directors: Brett Pierce, Drew T. Pierce
Writers: Brett Pierce, Drew T. Pierce
Stars: John-Paul Howard, Piper Curda, Jamison Jones
A defiant teenage boy, struggling with his parent's imminent divorce, faces off with a thousand year-old witch, who is living beneath the skin of and posing as the woman next door.
The directors' Brett and Drew T. Pierce plus crew brought a great deal of horror entertainment. I was hungry for good horror and this film satisfied my hunger, not to the fullest but it was immensely enjoyable. I love it when movies don't shy away from gore and the way it began, so obvious how great it was going to be. An old creepy witch making pattern-concealed chaos by living beneath the skin of a human. It was a bonus having the plot surrounding the next-door neighbor it keeps a familiar horror element and fresh to the mix of this concept. There wasn't a strong effect for the placed scary part scenes to build up the jump scares but it was a great creepy storyline. I would love a prequel to know more about the old witch, I can imagine a darker tale and I'm hopeful for it.
The composer Devin Burrows gives the film the cliché music of horror. I wonder if the music was changed in a matter to really feel the fear, not just the creepiness, it could have made the difference.
The cast was good, and all the actors performed the way the director wanted them to act. None of them was better than the other every actor gave what it was asked and even though no one stood out it worked great with this film.
Final Score: [8/10]
Reviewed by: Cristina Soulmates
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