The Truth About Shadows 2008 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Its Horror , Its Sci-Fi, Its an unbelievable journey into another universe when colledge student Robert Cummings runs out of gas on a lonely North carolina backroad.He decides to take what should be a shortcut through the woods,but instead gets lost. Robert eventually stumbles upon a creepy old man seated at a campfire who begins to weave a series of twisted ghost stories which prove to be more relevant to Robert’s situation than he immagined.Robert is about to become an unwilling witness to what really exists behind the veil of darkness we call SHADOWS.
Filmed on a shoetring budget, in the tradition of the great old twilight Zone style tales of yesteryear. Head Rush Studios is a loosely associated group of professional entertainers and artists from North Carolina whose dream is to make Indi films. So they sallied forth with nothing more than a good script and a dream.The “Truth About Shadows” is their first attemp at filmaking and considering the lack of funding , and equipment , what These guys have accomplished with No money, gives hope and inspiration to backyard indi film hopefulls everywhere.True Underground art.Rated R for scary scenes, violence and language.NOTE* IF you are expecting incredible Hollywood effects, ,and a huge budget production then go rent Titanic or Star Wars cause you wont find that here.. but if you appreciate a slightly campy good ole fashioned scary story then this is a great example of what can be accomplished with NO Money, a good script and a Lot of heart ! all you underground B film lovers will really appreciate and get this one. this film is the poster child of what can be done with some talent , good ole fashioned ingenuity and a gallon of stage blood.You gotta check this out .This product is manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com’s standard return policy will apply.
About The Truth About Shadows (2008)
Starring: Alicia Stocking,Topher McLean,Ian Emmendorfer,Paul Webster, Dale kalinowski Randy Wood,
Runtime: 127 minutes
Director: Dale kalinowski,
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