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Plot: Follow the Visitor as he walks through the graveyard and find out how these extremely unlucky people ended up six feet under.
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Fine if otherwise unimpressive anthology effort
Arriving in a cemetery, a figure known as the Visitor reveals how the proprietors ended up six feet under.
The Good Stor(ies): Joe Roth-Sent to clean out the basement, a teen trying to clean up the place finds an Ouija board amongst the belongings. Ordered not to touch it, he takes it out anyway and starts playing with it leading to a visit from an otherworldly being he’ll wish he didn’t. Overall, this is a solid opening segment. The atmosphere works great with the shadowy shots of him cleaning up downstairs and the scenes up in the living room playing with it give off the impending feel of something going to happen. Once it does, there’s a creepy vibe to what’s about to happen which turns this into a great twist ending. The black-and-white is distracting and sometimes too dark to make out what’s going on but that’s all that holds this one back.
Jennifer Burton-Upset that her boyfriend blew her off on her birthday, a woman begins texting an old high-school friend which leads her to invite him over. When she goes to welcome him, she starts to suspect someone or something might be the real culprit. This here was a decent enough effort. As the early setup here feels all too formulaic involving this one leading towards an obvious conclusion involving them talking suggestively over text, that this one changes things around with advantage wholly unique twist that has an effective and chilling resolution. This leaves for a go off lasting impression overall.
The Bad Stor(ies): Sam Hooper-Trying to finish a video project, a frustrated film student going through various ideas for a new horror film keeps stumbling upon his ideas. When he’s finally presented with a potentially killer idea, he feels he can’t let it go. This was a pretty decent if flawed effort. The initial stages of this one with the aborted film before finding out it was being watched on a laptop are great and the opportunity for several great stalking scenes comes off well. The segment stumbles, though, with the campy meta-ness of him talking to himself and the constant cheats of the closing laptop on intriguing ideas, while the ending goes on quite a bit longer making it obvious the twist in the character’s fate from the beginning with the gimmick of the film. Still, it’s not that bad overall.
Rated Unrated/PG-13: Violence and Language.
Nicholas Michael Jacobs, the director of Night and Urban Fears is back, this time with an anthology film that follows a character named The Visitor through a graveyard as he tells the story of how three people died.
This time, he has a $1,500 budget, which is about $500 more than last time. Let’s get into it.
As you may have guessed from Nicholas’ films, he loves extended sequences where people do menial tasks while swearing and being stalked. This movie opens with another of those and at this point, three movies in, I’m actually excited when these things happen.
He’s also gone a bit meta here, as long stretches of the film have him wondering exactly what movie he should make. Perhaps these are the kinds of discussions that should be thought of before the movie is made. I mean, I’m nineteen minutes in and the movie has mostly been an autobiographical story of Nicholas cleaning his basement and dealing with the unknown while trying to make a movie.
That said – his movies do get better each time. They still aren’t any good, but there’s forward progress.
This movie is up on Amazon Prime today, so if you have any interest in seeing it, go for it. I can only imagine how people that have never seen one of Nicholas’ films before will react.
Original Language en
Rated Not Rated
Genre Comedy, Horror, Thriller
Director Nicholas Michael Jacobs
Writer Nicholas Michael Jacobs
Actors Brian Jacobs, Nicholas Michael Jacobs, Gianna Jacobs
Country United States
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