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Watching Movies - Echoes of Fear

Posted in Watching Movies by HeadlessCritic at 10:46, Sep 08 2019

Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival

Review of "Echoes of Fear" by The Headless Critic

Echoes of Fear – 2019

Production by: Avenet Image Productions



Do you believe in ghosts? After inheriting her recently deceased Grandfather’s (Norman Zeller) house, Alisa (Trista Robinson) and her boyfriend Brandon (Paul Chirico) move into the estate with the intentions of clearing it out and reselling it. Alisa finds herself staying in the home alone, going through her beloved Grandfather’s things where she uncovers the secrets this house holds. What starts as a bump in the night above her, sinks deep into the basement dweller where supernatural forces might be at work. Just because it’s in your head doesn’t mean it’s not real.

Have you ever feared what’s in the crawlspace under your house? In couple and filmmaking duo Brian and Laurence Avenet-Bradley’s latest feature the least of your fears will be spiders or dead animals. Well maybe some dead animals... Every home has secrets. A mousey girl moves into a house with a pet mouse to uncover the secrets hiding there.

I barely recognized Marshal Hilton as David in this film. The veteran actor transforms himself in a more serious part as the kindly old sick neighbor in a Jud Crandall role. It’s one of the veteran actor’s most impressive performances. Leading lady Trista Robinson faces her fears with a well written character and performance that echoes real life as opposed to your typical Hollywood horrors.

Trista Robinson gives my favorite performance from a female lead at Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival.

Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival


4 out of 5 Headless Critics


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