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Forest of the Vampire
2016, regia di John R. Hand
Scheda: Nazione: USA - Produzione: JRH Films - Distribuzione: Wild Eye Releasing - Soggetto: John R. Hand - Sceneggiatura: John R. Hand - Fotografia: John R. Hand - Montaggio: John R. Hand - Musiche: Kevin MacLeod - Formato: Color - Durata: 71'.
Cast: Caitlyn Moore, Paul Camp, Ian Pala, Starla Snowdon, Joe De Luca, Destiny Baldwin, Stevie Marceaux, Phoebe Rivas, Richard Tuckwell-Brown, April Hand, Kasey Sherwood, Gary Kent.
Plot Summary, Synopsis, Review: IMDb - allmovie.com - facebook.com - letterboxd.com - jrhfilms.org - abandomoviez.net - mvdb2b.com - horrornews.net - filmovizija.ws - taliesinttlg.blogspot.it: «...The film begins with shots of a cloaked figure, Baal (Paul Camp), and others of a woman, Neptis (Starla Snowdon), in a gossamer nightdress. She flashes fangs during this prologue, he doesn’t need to as the cloak he wears screams vampire. Let us touch on those influences right now. If the press kit said Hammer I would disagree as my thoughts went to 1950s/60s Mexican vampire cinema. Now, whilst Hammer arguably influenced that, the combination of landscape and the cloak screamed out Germán Robles to me. Anyway, a girl, Jessica (Caitlyn Moore), is in an abandoned mill, putting her clothes back on. She calls out to her boyfriend but gets no response. Again, I want to touch on influences. The filming is filtered, adding a yellowish tint to the affair, and there are some very nicely done close up portraits of characters both of which felt very Euro-horror. If anything I was leaning towards a Jess Franco feel. Jessica finds her guy’s bloodied jeans outside, her name is whispered and the shot cuts into a graphic red filter. ...».
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