I have always been in to discovering cool and new horror films to watch since I started doing Eddie’s 31 Days Of Halloween on this blog. One year, a film randomly followed me on Twitter after I was posting some of the articles and the idea of the film sounded really good. The title of the film was Where The Devil Dwells, but I could never find where to watch the film until now and that is why it is today’s film. When Lenard (Walter Peña) was a child, his father Oren (David O’Hara) was a mass murdering psycho serial killer who was presumed dead after it was reported he was shot. That left Lenard in a very bad place and in 1989, years after the murder, he is placed on house arrest in the old family home, but now he suffers from schizophrenia. Soon, Lenard’s father begins to reappear in his life claiming that he is once again going to kill. Now Lenard has to figure out if this is really happening or if it’s just a part of his delusion. The film also stars Scott Anthony Leet (The Hangover Part III) as Don Miller, Alexis Raben (Miss March) as Mitzi, Rob Macie (Happy Endings) as Renaldo, Andrew Patrick Ralston (The People Vs O.J. Simpson) as Vincent Hart, Greg Bryan (Castle) as Mailman, and the film was directed by Marc-Andre Samson (Interstate). To see the rest of the review, please click here to go to Moshpits and Movies.
I am always tying to find new and interesting ways to watch horror films when it comes to Eddie’s 31 Days Of Halloween. I did just that for today’s film with the app Frightpix and the film The Bird With The Crystal Plumage from Italian horror maestro Dario Argento (Suspira). Sam Dalmas (Tony Musante) is an American writer in Italy who is ready to leave the country to head back home. All of that changes for Sam when he witnesses an attempted murder. After the botched murder, he is stalked by the killer and soon is involved in a cat and mouse game with the killer as Sam tries to solve the case himself. Will he figure out who the killer is or will he eventually fall victim to the killer? The film also stars Suzy Kendall (To Sir, With Love) as Julia, Enrico Maria Salerno (Seasons Of Our Love) as Inspector Morosini, Eva Renzi (Funeral In Berlin) as Monica Ranieri, Umberto Raho (The Last Man On Earth) as Alberto Ranieri, Renato Romano (Seven Blood-Stained Orchids) as Professor Carlo Dover, Mario Adorf (The Lost Honor Of Katherina Blum) as Berto Consalvi, Rosita Torosh (Flesh For Frankenstein) as 4TH Victim, and Gildo Di Marco (Four Flies on Grey Velvet) as Garullo. To see the rest of the review, please click here to go to Moshpits and Movies.