Xoanan is a highly sophisticated computer that the Tesh, over many years, developed to be independently intelligent. When things start unraveling, your head will be spinning and say what did I drink before watching this. In the case of minor releases, that discussion may be kept for a Year in Review series of episodes. What I mean by this is that while the roots of the film are definitely in horror there is also a subtler psychological thriller at work. Jamie Bernadette gives a solid performance as always and Scott Baxter is good as Jay. When Jay Scott Baxter returns from service he finds it hard to settle in, especially with the current state of his home.
The main character's hypnotic- like moment starring at the singer in the bar scene, the drive through skid row with the radio broadcast, and the big reveal at the end during the guy struggling to come to terms with the truth. Soon Jay is reunited with an ex-girlfriend and opening a bottle of liquor he brought back from the Mideast. Great moments both in story , and acting. Touching on subjects that are current, it handles them well, and still manages to put them in a horror setting that can be fun as well as still being empathetic. Her name is Leela, and she has been ejected from her tribe for blasphemy against their god, Xoanan. While puzzled at first about the delineation between the two segments of the movie, it became clear why Dinatolo felt the need to make such a literal separation of the movie. The dialog is a bit rough and characters could have been developed a bit better, however the movie has some cool moments.
Something is off when he returns but he just dismisses it and enjoys the moment. What the hell did I just watch? He traces the illness to a chilling secret that may uncover a vast conspiracy. An interesting detail I noticed was at the end, when Xoanan makes a couch and table materialize for the Doctor and Leela to sit on while they talk. Xoanan, in his experiment, set them apart to develop their warrior instincts. Someone grabbed a camera, got together a bunch of friends and decided to make a film in the course of one evening. The first Doctor Who serial of the New Year 1977 was written by a new writer for the show, Chris Boucher, and introduced a new companion, Leela.
They would have been taught how to use the Medikit, and the rest of the surviving equipment. With so many bad movies being produced and distributed nowadays, especially horror, and with so many youtube generation viewers with the attention span of a finger snap, this film changes its skin as the story develops and you meet new crazy characters, till the final surprising twist. When I first started watching I thought hey this is going to be a evil spirit take over, then said wow now we're talking zombie. You probably already know what the movie's about, but just in case. A retail purchase ebook on Nook was used for this review.
The camera work, story and everything about this movie impressed me. Does the Label Journey to Star Wars: The Force Awakens Actually Fit the Story? On July 4th, private Jay Williams returns home from the Middle East, but a mysterious epidemic breaks out and infects his friends at his party. Scott Baxter, Chad Bishop, Jamie Bernadette and Janet Roth star in Face of Evil, now out from Gravitas Ventures. Returning home from deployment in the Middle East on, fittingly enough, July 4th he just wants to move on with his life. Thankfully director and writer Vito Dinatolo handles the subject well and never gives us a definitive answer as to the full truth until the end. Unlike in previous anthologies, all of the stories in this new tome will be written by a single author, Landry Q. And I watched it again to catch more details I missed the first time.
They look like low-rent deadites from the Evil Dead movies. The Doctor visited an early generation of these people and helped them. It is very stylized and atmospheric which sells the classic horror influences. Nor did I know about its existence prior to stumbling upon it by sheer random luck. Whatever the case, the way he reacts to his situation is made harder by what has happened to him during the war.
This may be the lack of zombies, and my lust for more gore though which caused this feeling. With so many soldiers being affected by this, and idiotic statements being made by people like Donald Trump, we need more understanding of the subject. Face of Evil will be well worth hunting out when released, especially for fans of independent movies. During a recent job, BeeLee was spotted by security cameras, leading Ryn to steal her part of their loot and leave her to die. He is greeted at home by his sister and crazy friends.
Released 2016, 'Face of Evil' stars Scott Baxter, , , The movie has a runtime of about 1 hr 30 min, and received a score of out of 100 on Metacritic, which put together reviews from respected critics. What is interesting though is how the film seems to be a mixture of genres, sometimes getting lost in the message it is trying to convey. Of course he had a great cast but this movie is his. Face of Evil will be well worth hunting out when released, especially for fans of independent movies. . But senses something is wrong. Suspend belief and give into total fantasy, and respect and feel the very real message of mental health crisis and our veterans I had no expectations to this movie.
While making subjects like this a theme in a film can sometimes come across a little preachy, Face of Evil uses it to add to the desolate feeling of the world, and the almost apocalyptic feel of the times we live in. The approach to world-building has an immersive effect, largely due to the production design. It is low budget but uses what money it has well. Whatever the case, the way he reacts to his situation is made harder by what has happened to him during the war. After Escaping with his life, he is mysteriously joined by his ex-sergeant.
It also would have helped build to the big reveal at the end of the movie. It's like two movies in one. Award-winning filmmaker, Vito Dinatolo takes the viewer on a surreal road trip through a wasteland of the undead, with his genre-bending feature film, Face of Evil 2016. Vito Dinatolo single handily made this picture. What the hell did I just watch? Infect yourself with a plague of horrific entertainment from award-winning filmmaker Vito Dinatolo. An early obsession with horror movies led Patrick to build his own vampire hunter set and investigate the neighborhood's new, and empty, homes for vampire infestation.