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[SAHFF 2019 SHORT FILM REVIEW] FEARLESS DEMON KILLERS: Curse of the Lallorona

[SAHFF 2019 SHORT FILM REVIEW] FEARLESS DEMON KILLERS: Curse of the Lallorona

I was attending the San Antonio Horrific Film Festival. I had the chance to see a short film called — Fearless Demon Killers: The curse of the Llorona. Two Cartel Hitmen try to regain their souls by helping rid San Antonio neighborhoods of monster ghost and Demons. Like all the movies for the festival, filmed in my hometown of buy paper flower wall thesis dissertation introduction https://dvas.org/graviola-side-effects-6799/ thesis advisor comments tips on thesis writing viagra high power viagra adhd click here viagra single packs commercial custom academic essay ghostwriter site https://reprosource.com/hospital/canadian-pharmacy-24hr/72/ research proposal lawВ http://hyperbaricnurses.org/13511-viagra-vitamin/ education reference homework help site freeresumesamples org sample resume go to site when cialis and viagra don't work university of minnesota creative writing mfa program go here how to write kimi o ai shiteru viagra cost ontario term paper format outline https://nyusternldp.blogs.stern.nyu.edu/professional-college-essay-ghostwriters-website-online/ https://www.dimensionsdance.org/pack/3679-best-price-for-viagra.html resume agency thesis plural definition get link wwwtop candian pharmacvy thesis antibacterial activity plants https://pacificainexile.org/students/edexcel-gce-history-a2-unit-4-coursework-book/10/ date expiration brevet cialis go San Antonio and stars Abraham Takatsuki, Andy Martin, Connie Ochoa, Ruby Red Munoz, Tanya Santamaria, Nancy Oakley, Maristella Longoria, Julianna Longoria, Alex Santamaria, Justin Santamaria, Arthur Kurland, Maryann Kurland, and Mark Gonzales.

The movie isn’t bad, its not perfect. But it does have a massive amount of heart. Honestly, I can’t argue with that because it’s a labor of love. Christopher Longoria wrote and directed the movie. He’s a lover of films, and it shows in his work. There’s even a nod to Evil Dead. Christopher went out to make a movie in his backyard, also working with the Texas Film Commission to make sure everything was OK as he worked on specific locations. So Christopher Longoria went out to pursue his love, and during the q&a, he’s humble and honest. I can’t help but have massive respect for him. Some people will see the movie and enjoy it for what it is. There are jokes, and there’s horror, which is something we can all love. The film itself gives us a glimpse of certain areas in my home town, and the actors did a great job where awards were presented. Best Actor– Abraham Takatsuki and Best actresses-Ruby Red Munoz. I’m very grateful to see his work and glad to hear he’ll be doing more. The films aren’t big budget, but we have a good time watching, and that’s what Christopher Longoria went out to accomplish. 

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[SAHFF 2019 SHORT FILM REVIEW] The Doll wins best short film

[SAHFF 2019 SHORT FILM REVIEW] The Doll wins best short film

I recently got a chance to watch the movie “THE DOLL” by Jason Vandygriff, who was a one-person operation putting together a 5-minute film. The film has no dialogue, but easy to follow. After finding an old doll in the attic of his new home, James is slowly stalked by this malevolent being.

The movie caught my interest with just the pure professionalism and showcasing as long as you have an idea and a smartphone with a video recorder you’re pretty much ready to go. Jason didn’t make an over the top horror movie with a vast budget or well-known cast.

He made the movie in his backyard (sort to speak), and truth be told the editing, the sound, the look, the message gets across to the audience. There’s no CGI or stop the motion of the doll in action, but it is creepy to watch and the doll doesn’t over do it with goofy one liners. I’m happy to see Jason win BEST DIRECTOR at the San Antonio Horrific Film Festival because, with this simple idea, he’s on his way to bigger things.

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[SHFF 2019 Review for the short film] Bewere. A realistic werewolf horror movie

[SHFF 2019 Review for the short film] Bewere. A realistic werewolf horror movie

I got the chance to see the new movie Bewere by the director (J. Budro Partida) I have to admit it’s rare to see a werewolf movie in the indie horror scene. Given there are some out there however though this one is very different

The film is about a young preppy guy who’s looking to be a werewolf. It starts simple, and the actor (Joseph Fotinos) does a great job; he comes off crass and just crazy, but therein lies the first mistake. He knows what he’s doing.

The film shows the transformation, which isn’t over the top, but we get the idea. The preppy friend (Logan Pall,) tells his best friend (Ray A. Roberts II) where they both take the journey together as werewolves. They go out hunting, and the best part is we see actual effects taking into place.

The preppy kid gets a stomach rupture from overeating, and the other friend is well he’s passing through pieces of bone, fur and whatnot which we see Oz gleefully explain as wolves they have better stronger bodies that they can eat more and not go through any problem, however, though as humans we don’t have that capability. He explains that on the first night, some people will tend to go overboard, thinking they can handle it.

I’m not only happy to see a werewolf movie filmed in my home state but happy to see a werewolf movie that’s smart and doesn’t try to be hip or trendy. It doesn’t dumb down the film since it’s dealing with a subject that can never happen, but if it did happen, this would be the result.

The director started a crowdfund, met the goal, and began production quickly. They even sold out their first theatrical premiere at the Alamo drafthouse in Austin. The film is in talks for a bigger audience, which I’m glad to hear during the q&a the director came off very friendly about opened up about the trials and tribulations of working in open fields, working with fake guts naked people in the Texas heat. Also, if you’re curious, the website featured in the movie is real and is being used for the director’s use for promotion and contact info. For more info, you can find the website here Horny like the wolf. Yes that’s a real website used for the movie.

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