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Horror-On-Sea Film Festival 2020: Millennial Killer 2020

Horror-On-Sea Film Festival 2020: Millennial Killer 2020

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Horror-On-Sea Film Festival 2020: PandaMonium

Horror-On-Sea Film Festival 2020: PandaMonium

From the studio that brought you Slasher House, comes the newest and most terrifying edition in the ever-expanding “Mychoverse”. The 2020 film PandaMonium is the first-ever slice and dice em horror-comedy brought to you by the masters of slashers, Mycho Entertainment. It’s the ninth frightening feature from the company that shows no signs of slowing down.

PandaMonium is written and directed by MJ Dixon, and produced by Anna Dixon. It stars Oriana Charles, Dani Thompson, Will Jones, James Hammer-Morton, Lee Mark Jones, Chloe Badham, Derek Nelson, Tatiana Ibba, Martin W. Payne, Susan Lee Burton, Luna Wolf and David Hon Ma Chu as Jakob Jakushi, aka The Stripper Ripper. A raging office party spirals out of control when a serial killer in a Panda Mask begins picking off victims one by one.

Let me start out by saying that this isn’t the standard Mycho film that fans are used to. Instead of the more serious style of slasher movie we’ve grown accustomed too, PandaMonium attempts to splice comedy and hilarious one-liners with cutting edge horror in this chilling low budget slasher classic. It’s a genuinely slashtastic addition to the sub-genre.

There are so many brilliant performances, from a truly talented cast. Martin W. Payne, Chloe Badham, and Will Jones are all funny and fantastic and James Hammer-Morton and Lee Mark Jones really brought the laughs. Derek Nelson delivered a side-splitting rendition and scream queen Dani Thompson absolutely slayed as the head stripper in charge.

Oriana Charles was the perfect final girl – trying to escape an unshakable past as the bodies begin to pile up. But the best acting came from David Hon Ma Chu as Jakob Jakushi. The way he delivered his dialogue and gave such a dark and unsettling performance as the giant panda mask-wearing killer hell-bent on hacking up strippers, proves he’s one to keep an eye on. The Stripper Ripper is super creepy and definitely a slasher icon on the rise. 

There were a few areas in the film that I felt could’ve used some extra attention. The set dressing in the office building was rather plain and could have benefited from a little more color. Also, I feel that using different attire for the male actors would’ve helped each individual stand out more, therefore creating a stronger bond between the characters and the viewers. It would have made the deaths more personable.

The cinematography was gorgeous, and the angles were on point like usual. However, the lighting was a bit mucky and the music selection and placement seemed to go against the grade in a few areas. The sound levels and sound effects were fine, it just felt like there were a few missed opportunities that could have made it a lot darker and really intensified the mood. There was also an obvious lack of blood. 

PandaMonium is slick, stylish and sadistic. A cut above the rest. It’s booze, drugs, girls, and gore in this horrifying independent horror-comedy. Sick scares and grotesque fun. A superb slasher flick. This ain’t no Kung Fu Panda.

You can catch the latest film from Mycho Entertainment playing Saturday the 18th at the Horror-On-Sea Film Festival 2020. This is best iconic slasher villain in years, and a must see for serious slasher fans. It’s one office party you don’t want to miss.

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Horror-On-Sea Film Festival 2020: I Scream on the Beach!

Horror-On-Sea Film Festival 2020: I Scream on the Beach!

I Scream on the Beach! is a horror comedy written and directed by Alexander Churchyard and Michael Holiday. It stars Hannah Paterson, Dani Thompson, Reis Daniel, Jamie Evans, Lloyd Kaufman, Leigh Trifari, Martin W. Payne, Rob Shaw, Tess Gustard, Mark Keegan, Andrea Sandell, Will Jones, Swaylee Loughnane and Michael Fausti. A psychotic killer stalks a small seaside town as a young woman investigates the disappearance of her father. 

Coming into this, I had no idea what to expect, aside from it being a slasher film of sorts. To my surprise, it was exceedingly engaging and entertaining. The lighting and coloring worked great, playing like a classic throwback slasher film, and the music was fantastic. There were some awesome performances from a truly talented cast, with some terrific costumes and makeup.

This film was a little light on the horror and gore, and leaned more towards the comedy aspect. The killer was badass and probably the best part about the film, overall. However, the ending is definitely noteworthy and something fans will not expect. When it comes to the most bizarre endings of all time, this is certainly up there. It’s so insane, you’ll either love it or hate it.

I Scream on the Beach! is dark and humorous. It’s super campy and will leave everyone screaming for more. It’s ridiculous and fun as hell. Everyone is going to be talking about this one, you don’t want to miss it. 

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