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Red Eye (2017) online
Original Title :
Red Eye
Genre :
Movie / Horror
Year :
2017
Directror :
Tristan Clay
Cast :
Jessica Cameron,Heather Dorff,Destinie Orndoff
Writer :
Tristan Clay,Destinie Orndoff
Budget :
$10,000
Type :
Movie
Time :
1h 13min
Rating :
3.3/10

Four friends set out to document a local legend in West Virginia. Will their passion cross the line? Or will it bleed through?

Red Eye (2017) online

Red Eye" is a legend Gage Barker use to be told as a kid. When he found out there was some truth behind this legend he gathered a group of friends to hike in the backwoods of Black Creek, WV to help him use this as the basis for his first film project. Quick thoughts typed here. There's no other way to say it, but this is just a poor horror film. No sense of tension, and when some actually would build, it's killed by unintersting and overlong conversations with very cringeworthy dialogue.

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"Red Eye" is a legend Gage Barker use to be told as a kid. When he found out there was some truth behind this legend he gathered a group of friends to hike in the backwoods of Black Creek, WV to help him use this as the basis for his first film project. To what extent will they go to make this project a reality? Will their passion bleed through? Or cross the line?
Credited cast:
Jessica Cameron Jessica Cameron - Bea
Heather Dorff Heather Dorff - Ryann O'Riley
Destinie Orndoff Destinie Orndoff - Rykyr Jacobs
Clayton Abbott Clayton Abbott - Red Eye
Hayden Wilberger Hayden Wilberger - Jake Lockhart
Scott King Scott King - Gage Barker

Tristan Clay and Destinie Orndoff wrote the script for "Red Eye" as seniors in high school at the age of eighteen. They shot the film a year later when they were nineteen.

Successfully crowdfunded in April 2016.


User reviews

Phenade

Phenade

It seems there is a trend with these little low budget indie films to have friends of the filmmakers come on here to IMDB and compose glowing reviews. This HAS to be the case for this film because there is no way it is 10 out 10 quality film. I caught this film at a screening in the midwest several months ago, but not that it appears that it's actually being released by a distributor, I want to warn people. Truth be told this film is awful. Offensively awful. Before I tell you why to avoid this film, I'll give credit where credit is due: the cinematography is actually decent for a film of this budget and Heather Dorff's performance is very good.

First, the acting is poor. Orndoff is particularly bad; her line delivery is wooden and emotionless and she delivers all of her lines the exact same way. She seems to mistake screaming hysterically as good acting. The two male leads aren't any better. There are some cringe-worthy line deliveries between the two of them. It doesn't help that none of the characters are at all likable at all (except Dorff's). The dialogue itself attempts to be inspired it parts, but for the most part is trite and cliched. The plot is also thin. The backstory of this "Red Eye" isn't fleshed out at all. We get a tiny backstory from one of the local backwood hicks (Jessica Cameron trying to do a Southern accent and seeming quite bored with the material) and the serial killer obsessed leader (hint hint) of the group (King), but there really is not mythology built up, which actually kind of makes sense with the offensively terrible "twist ending." Lastly, Clay's direction is pretty uninspired. You can tell he is trying to mimic some much better horror directors and not at all attempting to develop his own style. I've checked out some of his short films on YouTube (many starring Orndoff) and they are very much the same: "shocking" sexual content with paper thin plots. I'm flabbergasted that in 2018 sexual depravity and rape is what passes as horror.

I'm a huge fan of horror and am not easily offended. However, this film actually succeeded in offending me. Not in the "hey wow....I'm pleasantly offended...this is doing something nasty, but cool," but rather "this is offensive because it's trying to be offensive for no other reason than to be offensive and it's disgusting." You can definitely tell two teenagers wrote this script because the sexual depravity and content certainly screams IMMATURE. Here come SPOILERS: First, there is a scene where a pregnant character is gutted. While she lies there dying, the killer rapes her orally. It's VERY explicit (including the killer ejaculating in the dying girl's face) and serves absolutely no purpose except for pure shock value. Later, another female character is stabbed repeatedly, has her throat slit and then is raped by the killer who uses her blood as lubricant because she's "too tight." Again, no purpose except shock value and in the age of the #metoo movement and a national focus on sexual violence against women, this seems disgustingly inappropriate. Me thinks the writers have some issues with women to treat their female characters so horrifically, whereas the males do not suffer anywhere near the same fate. But believe it or not, that is not the most offensive thing about the movie. You see, the killer in the film is not really the real Red Eye. No, instead the main guy asks the mentally disabled brother of Cameron's character to be Red Eye and kill his friends. Of course, because the guy is mentally disabled, he agrees easily. You know. Because if you're mentally disabled it doesn't take anything at all to convince you to brutally butcher and rape people you've never met. All mentally disabled people really want to be murderers. Because they're mentally disabled. Get it yet? We are supposed to believe that this guy agreed to be a cold blooded killer for no other reason that's established at all except he's mentally disabled. Lazy, offensive writing.

I understand that the writers and director of this film are just young kids and have a pretty large following in the horror community on social media, but I hope they aren't being praised just for that reason. This film is not good. It's a very basic by the numbers slasher with a ton of offensive (but I'm guessing in their minds it's "edgy" and "boundary pushing") elements thrown in. Without these few seconds of sexual violence and depraved, you are left with just another poorly acted backwoods slasher the likes of which we have seen dozens of times before. Avoid.
Thetath

Thetath

*Quick thoughts typed here. Composition is mess with my quick review of Red Eye*

I saw some chatter about this movie on Instagram, so I said "why the hell not" and checked it out. I'm all for low budget indie horror. There's no other way to say it, but this is just a poor horror film. No sense of tension, and when some actually would build, it's killed by unintersting and overlong conversations with very cringeworthy dialogue. Another thing that became distracting were the filmmakers need to constantly remind you that this movie was made by horror fans that have watched a lot of horror films. It's sprinkled all over the movie in its dialogue, but it would explain the unoriginality on display during its running time. It just kept taking me out it. The use of music wasn't handled well either, mostly where it was placed throughout the film. Red Eye himself wasn't very much realized and had a lame origin, but I will say I did like his look. But for the most part he was wasted here.

There's some extreme pacing issues. After a slow and clock watching first two acts the movie eventually starts to pick it up towards its third act, but by that time I just lost interest. Every character is completely unlikable and poorly acted for the most part. And I don't know the obsession with this movie with sexual violence, and there's plenty mind you, but it's just used for straight up shock value and it comes off immature honestly. There are way more interesting ways to make your audience uneasy and this just came off lazy. The movie's climax tries to be unexpected, but it's quite the opposite. They would have been better off telling a straight up slasher story rather than make an attempt to outsmart their audience, because the story just didn't develop to make its twist feel earned.

Not all is awful in this movie. The cinematography for the most part is well done, and there is some decent gore in the movie. Now I know this was written and directed by individuals with minimal experience making movies, and they are fairly young. You can see that through and through in this. I do applaud them for going for it and getting a movie made. It's actually impressive with how they got it done. But I have to judge without bias what I watched, and their first effort falls flat on its face hard. I hope they keep making movies because I'm all for young filmmakers getting their work out there, but they have a lot of work to do to improve their craft.
Mr.jeka

Mr.jeka

Indie horror movies have a love/hate following. After discovering "Red Eye" on social media, the anticipation for this film inflated my interest. Unfortunately, the heavy hype that preceded this movie delivered a major bust in terms of its delivery.

The film makers have mastered strategic marketing through social media. The team has created an ethos between themselves, and a pathos to their fans, that would lead everyone to believe they have a strong handle on the horror genre. Just the opposite is the case. There are so many first time indie directors worthy of the attention and accolades that the team of Deranged Minds have garnered for themselves.

But let's discuss their freshman offering, Red Eye. A keen eye will notice a decent job in terms of editing. It teeters back and forth between well shot stock footage, and then cinematography of a lesser grade and quality.

The audio made the film difficult to hear and clearly understand. The characters were not relatable, or believable. Deranged Minds worship at the altar of Rob Zombie, and make a great effort to copy his aesthetic and style, but they fail to fully capture the gritty texture of Zombie's grindhouse tone.

Nothing in this movie is new or ground breaking. From listening to previous interviews with the film makers, we were lead to believe there would be horror, gore, and deaths in this movie that "have never been done before!" What a let down! If a horror fan is in to torture-porn, then perhaps this is the movie for you, but if you are a cinemaphile who enjoys a well constructed story, stunning photography, and some level of believability, then Red Eye will leave you sorely disappointed.

The hype surrounding this movie has attracted a large number of fans to it, and to the film makers. Unfortunately for them, the hype train has come to a screeching halt.

Due to the low ratings this movie has already garnered, the director has taken to social media and is blaming the audience for not understanding his art or appreciating the passion he and his team put in to this project. When a director blames his audience for "not getting it," he needs to re-assess whether or not the fans have a point. Crying and having a melt down online is not helping the cause.
Delalbine

Delalbine

You can check out my full review on Maven's Movie Vault of Horror, so I'll keep this short and to the point. I've been reading quotes from reputable horror sites, for example ihorror said something along the lines of "the most graphic film since the original Last House on the Left." I asked myself "has this reviewer ever seen any other horror film in between watching Last House on the Left and Red Eye?

The film is one of the worse films of any genre and budget that I have seen, and I'm a horror buff with 40 years of experience of watching anything and everything. It's poor in every way imaginable. And to make things worse, I backed this project on Indiegogo. To take people's money and use to it to make such an uninspired, clichéd, unshocking, amateurish horror film isn't impressive in the slightest.
Sharpbringer

Sharpbringer

This film is poor. Believe the negative reviews posted and not the ones clearly posted by friends of the filmmakers overpraising it. A couple of the reviews really sum up why this film is terrible but: bad acting, pacing issues, disgusting violence just done for "shock value," definite vibes of misogyny, and a laughingly bad plot twist and motivation for the killer, who is given a very weak backstory to begin with.

Any sort of desire to potentially see if the filmmakers learned from this film and to give him the benefit of the doubt was extinguished when he (the director) went on Facebook Live to literally whine and cry about the negative reviews that have been posted here in IMDB (seriously not making this up! What serious filmmaker does this??) Some advice--Dude...people are not all going to love your film and these negative reviews are certainly more helpful than the hype and praise all your social media friends and fanboys are giving you because they don't want to hurt your feelings. Get some thicker skin if you want to make films. Because now you come off as a whiny, entitled and immature person.
Cordanara

Cordanara

Just watched Red Eye on Amazon Prime. What a pile of shit lol. Don't waste your time. On second thoughts, please do, then we can have a good laugh about this huge wet jobby.

Seriously bad movie! Not gonna mention the film's makers as I hear they get all butthurt when someone says how shit it is. Seriously though, this is the sort of crap that gives indie filmmaking and crowdfunding projects a very bad name. I felt embarrassed watching it and very sorry for those who contributed to the Indigogo fund to finance this pile of wank.

Epic fail, sorry!!

There was lots of blood, but I wouldn't exactly call it gore. On closer inspection, all it was really, was buckets of fake blood thrown around, and smeared all over the place, with very little by way of visual fx gags, practical fx work or prosthetics. Hell, there's not even any cheap CGI to compensate for the lack of skill in the model shop. It honestly looked like they blew like 30% of the budget on aerial drone shots and the rest on publicity. It's hard to see where any of the money they raised from the unfortunate contributors actually went. Certainly wasn't on actors, because these people look like they are just friends and family of the "filmmakers". Probably the same people who posted positive reviews on IMDb. Some reviewers have said stuff like "there's some interesting character development" and "the filmmakers tried their hardest on a tiny budget", well I'm not having any of that, sorry. If they tried their hardest then I'm afraid this is the end of the line and they need to get out of the business now before they offend the wrong people.

Trash!! Avoid!!
Wrathshaper

Wrathshaper

Don't waste your time with this film or the filmmakers behind it. They aren't particularly talented. They aren't pushing any boundaries. They aren't visionary. They aren't exciting. What they do have--or had--is a pretty big social media following that they were able to manipulate.

This film is bottom of the barrel, B-grade stuff. With a story line that makes zero sense, terrible acting, sound, and direction, it's just a bad attempt at copying the better films that came before it.

Just like some other unlucky souls who have posted reviews here, I also contributed their their crowdfunding campaign and got nothing yet. I don't care now after actually seeing the film. I don't want it. But perhaps this is the reason why the could barely make over 50% of their goal for their next feature which also looks awful judging by the teaser, despite having some pretty decent indie horror names attached and hyping even more than this piece of trash. People have caught on that they are immature and make pretty crappy films. Just check out their short films...

Here's hoping their hype wagon (most of which comes from the fact that they are "young," but trust that there are MUCH more talented young people making indie films currently) crashes and burns very soon.
Yojin

Yojin

If you are like me, you fell victim to the hype this film received online. I backed the online campaign and never get a single perk I was promised. In fact, several backers never received the perks they were promised. The makers of this film lied and never came through on delivering what they promised!

The movie flopped. I was bored to death the whole time and never felt any tension or horror from any aspect of this film.

This movie is forgettable. After I post this review I'm sure I'll never give it another thought.

I caution anyone who gives to these peoples future projects to make sure they follow through with delivering the perks they offer, because deranged minds will take your money and laugh all the way to the bank how they tricked everyone to give them money to make lower-than-B-flick quality films.
Fato

Fato

I saw a lot of hype for this film from the filmmakers and what I am quickly realizing were their friends on social media, so decided to check it out on Amazon Prime. After all, it is free.

The film is barely over an hour long, but feels like an eternity. I have to 100% agree with the reviewed who said he cannot believe the praise this film is getting by some. This is 100% amateur hours. It's bad. It's beyond bad. I don't remember the last time I disliked characters so much than the four main characters in this film. Their interactions are unbelievable and there is just no buying that these four would even hang out with each other. The boyfriend of the Rykyr character is supposed to be some cocky ladies man, but the actor comes off extremely effeminate as another review mentioned. Bad casting/directing. The pregnant chick is whiny and is clearly twice as old as the rest of the cast, but is supposed to be playing their age. The Gage filmmaker guy has zero backstory or personality and the actor is pretty wooden. The Rykyr character is perhaps the most annoying, as all she does is spout off cliches about being different. It doesn't help that the actress playing her (who also co-wrote and co-produced) is terrible. She speaks WAY too fast and mumbles her lines and many times you can't even understand what she is saying. Again, the director clearly isn't any good if he didn't catch this and tell her speak slower. Speaking of the direction. It's bland bland bland. Don't by any hype about this kid being a the next big thing in indie horror or whatever. There are much better directors making indie horror movies. Once you see this film, you will definitely realize they are their own hype machine along with a handful of their social media friends. The sound is bad, too. It fades in and out during scenes.

I also do agree with the reviews that mention this film is especially mean-spirited toward the female characters. Not only is it insinuated that the lead girl is raped by her boyfriend (a strange scene that is then quickly glossed over and forgotten), but both females characters are violently sexually assaulted after they've been killed. It's pretty vile. The whole twist is stupid as well. There's really no explanation for why the killer(s) do what they do, particularly the one.

I don't know. I can't honestly believe there are people who actually like this film and are giving it 8, 9 or 10. Maybe I'm wrong, but I'd think this is a film that's so bad it's obvious.
BlackBerry

BlackBerry

Firstly, I watch a lot of z-grade horror films so I'm familiar with rushed production and low budget films but this film had bigger problems than it's low budget and obviously rushed production schedule.

OK. What this film severely lacked was likable characters - there was not a single one in sight. I feel like that was my biggest issue with the script, which is a true shame since they had lengthy moments (sometimes a little TOO long), but I could care less. The only one that could be likable or someone you can root for was the pregnant one BUT she is totally counteracted by the fact that she's a slut because of all her 'issues'... but a slut who is screwing her 'best friend's' man. BLAH. The final girl is a terrible 'final girl' - she's almost all talk and no action. She's way too vulgar and uses an unnecessary large amount of foul language - that's fine and all but it seemed soooo forced in contexts of their conversations and when it comes down to it, she just screams and runs... oh okay. And we get it, the characters are into horror and the macabre, you don't need countless dialogue reminding the audience of that. The male characters are not much better; typical jock attitude that (rapes his girlfriend?) and a movie junkie... totally not sure these kids would go camping together in the first place.

I wonder how many revisions or edits the screenwriters actually made before filming. I feel had they taken the time to read the script out loud, they would notice the dialogue is very stiff and doesn't come out naturally (and that's not due to the actors' fault). And again, absolutely totally unnecessary to keep reminding us the characters are into horror! It's repetitive... it's not doing anyone any favors, just irritating the audience.

The storyline also moves slowly. Yes, action begins around the 30 minute mark or so but because the characters are so unlikable and the dialogue is horrendous, it seems like a journey to get to the first interesting event (the prego girl getting injured). Something significant or interesting needed to happen in the first 30 minutes outside character conversations (or the build up).

SPOILERS

OK, it would have been effective on its own they killed the pregnant girl. But, not only was she murdered, her body was assaulted afterwards and then clearly ejaculated on in later shots. The other girl was treated no less with respect. She is also raped after she is murdered. That would've been fine to keep up with the same traits the killer does but she is raped by someone totally different! It was totally nonessential and tasteless... almost to a level of immaturity.

I did enjoy the cinematography but pity him for the fact that his work was included in this. It was almost too good for something like this.

Hopefully the director and writer mature, as individuals, and work on characters, dialogue, and death scenes that are actually effective.

Grade: F
Bele

Bele

At first I tried to enjoy this movie in the "it's so bad it's good" kind of way. But by the end I felt disgusted. It's not unpredictable, it's not clever, it's not a homaaaage to anything. It's a cliched plotline, with really awful and completely unnecessary violence against women thrown in at random. I think it's trying to pass for edgy, but I just came away from it with concern for the writers and actors for participating in a project like this. In 2018.

There's a line and it crossed it. Horror is better than this.
Ceck

Ceck

I say that it's god-awful NOT in the sense that it's so bad it's funny, I say it because I'm deeply deeply uncomfortable with the movie. I consider myself open minded (I'm not a regular mom, I'm a COOL mom), but the violence against women was gratuitous. It ruined a movie who's only positive up to those points were a "so awful I laughed" quality.

I'm fine with movies depicting rape and violence if it serves a thoughtful purpose. But this movie wasn't thoughtful. It made me genuinely worried about the people who wrote it and the people who like it, and I'm disappointed with the people who agreed to star in it. Another reviewer down below mentioned the portrayal of the mentally handicapped too (i.e. all you have to do is shake their hand, and they'll agree to anything + cannibalism?). All together, the world is markedly better off without this movie being made.
Anayalore

Anayalore

Gage, the lead of the group is making it his priority to make a documentary based off the local legend, Red Eye... and so he does. Three "friends" tag along, hoping to help Gage on his passion project. As they travel deeper into the woods, things start to kick off. The obligatory run in with a hick local, talk of horror films, tensions between the four and the eventual site of Red Eye.

The film has a really short run time of 1h:13m, short enough. The movie is shot very well for the budget and the scenery, location suits the film perfectly. So far, those are the pros. The acting is very in and out, with a stand out performance from Heather Dorff and a more than flat performance from the lead, Scott King, making every line feel like it was being read straight from one of the most boring stories you've ever heard. Destinie Orndoff, a co-writer of the film, and Hayden Wilberger both deliver lines with either quickness or staleness... while it is clear Orndoff is more passionate about the project than any of the actors.

SPOILERS

The story is pretty much the same as any other backwoods film and with the short duration, there is no time to flesh out the origin or mythology of the titles slasher, Red Eye. By the time we met "Red Eye" all of the build up is immediately blown up by the films reveal twist: Gage has plotted this all. The killing of his pregnant friends, who receives a hook to the stomach, after an argument of abortion, classy. To the beheading of the babies cheating father. One of the final scenes of the film, which was specifically written to make Orndoff's character stand out, falls flat on its face. We're never given enough time to feel compassion any of the characters, let alone the woman who was cheated on, the character we had expect to have a final girl show down.

There is commentary in the film that tries to speak volumes, but ends up sounding more like whispers in an empty theater. Useless and nothing more than filler. By the end of the movie, especially the final scene involving more than one offensive and grotesque acts, you'll be left with one question: who the f--k is Red Eye?

There are some scenes, one of which involves slow motion, that are a worthy edition to horror cinema that you'll be happy you witnessed, but at the end of the day... Red Eye is nothing more than another empty entry in backwoods horror.

With a higher budget and a more fleshed out antagonist, this would be a film you don't want to miss. I want to stress that this movie is well shot for one of it's budget and the team behind it is very passionate, but we can only hope their next venture, Inverted, is a step up. I

It's a good way to kill a late evening and you won't regret seeing it, you'll just wish it didn't feel like an empty attempt at creating the next great horror icon.
Brightfury

Brightfury

Just when I thought "Party Night" was the worst slasher of the year, "Red Eye" comes along. This is a 2018 horror film from writer/director Tristan Clay. Gage and his friends head to the hills of West Virginia to film a documentary about a local bloodthirsty legend, Red Eye. Little do they know, it's about to become a reality. Where do I start with this film? The acting is abysmal with the lead, Scott King being the worst. The delivery of the admittedly basic and juvenile dialogue was like they recorded and used a table read...zero expression or emotion. The directing and camerawork is generic and generic heavy metal is used in lue of an actual score. The kills were not brutal or creative and there is a laughable decapitation. This is basically a first year student film or worse and i'd like my money back. The tagline is, " He wants to see your insides", well I did want to vomit while watching, so.... 1/10
Malodor

Malodor

Because god damn, this was hot garbage. I saw it on amazon prime, and decided hey what the hell right? I knew it was an indie title, and didn't have expectations that I'd be seeing the citizen kane of horror movies. What I did see was a movie that was aggressively misogynist, and mistakes gore for horror. The characters, as many have said are completely unlikable, and barely fleshed out at all. I mean, you have filmmaker, jock douche, horror fan, and...pregnant lady. The movie feels much longer than it is, while it's only 73 minutes, it feels like a 2 hour slog. You get not one, but two rape scenes (one of which is post mortem), and one of the villains ejaculates on a victim. This is seriously messed up, but it's less horror, and more a teenager's view of being "edgy".

Just...avoid this movie. It's not even in the so bad it's good category, it's just terrible.

Pros: The camera work, and cinematography is pretty good actually. The slow motion part was well done. I saw it for free on amazon prime, I guess? (I feel for those who backed this project)

Cons: Poorly written. Poorly acted. Poor sound design. "edgy by a kid's standards" Unlikable Characters.
Ranterl

Ranterl

Couldn't sit through the whole movie i wanted to stop halfway through and kill myself for attempting to watch such crap! I wish i could sue them for wasting 30 mins of my miserable life..
Nnulam

Nnulam

Red Eye is the first feature from Deranged Minds Entertainment and an obvious passion project. The movie follows a group of friends making their way to the tree filled back country of West Virginia, in hopes of documenting an Urban Legend known to be from the area. True to Slasher film form, this proves to be a deadly day in the woods for the group. Solid acting and camera-work with enjoyable, bloody kill sequences, and a nasty little twist, make this Indie flick worthy of a watch.
Granirad

Granirad

If you love Horror and Indie films. . .This is a must see!!! I was hooked the entire movie!! The cast and crew did a Amazing job and I'll keep spreading the word on the movie for a long time!! Bravo Tristan and the rest of the cast and crew for making such an incredible film and the twist at the end was awesome!! Everyone make sure you see this film!!
Ghile

Ghile

So I finally got the chance to check out red eye and I loved it!! The movie was so well done for the budget they had to work with!! we haven't had a good backwoods gorefest slasher in a long long time and guess what we finally got one!! I loved the story the fact that they actually gave us a good background story and some great plot twists throughout. For this being the directors first full feature length film he definitely put his heart and soul as did everyone else that worked on this into it! If y'all haven't seen this yet I HIGHLY RECOMMEND giving it a watch it was a wonderful tale and just a great time watching it!
roternow

roternow

It takes me back to something along the line of wrong turn and it was a decent movie and keeps you wanting to watch at some parts with what they want to set out to do to make a horror movie and thru little bit of wrong turn with in it if that what they was going for the succeeded with it in all it a good movie
Molotok

Molotok

I am a huge horror addict and through IG I followed the making of this movie and I just watched it and I was blown away!!!! The lighting, the actors/actresses were phenomenal!! I would never in a million years believe this was a low budget film. I am so excited to see Inverted and whatever comes next!! Be proud Tristan Clay and Destinie Orndoff is definitely one of my favorite scream queens now!!! Awesome job guys!!!
Scream_I LOVE YOU

Scream_I LOVE YOU

Red Eye is such a fun time! The backwoods setting, provides the perfect backdrop for this slasher gore fest. The kills are unique, brutal and shocking! Just when you think you've seen it all.. along comes Red Eye. A few times, my jaw was literally dropping lol. The characters are not just typical surface level, horror victims. They have depth. Especially Ryker, played by Destinie Orndoff. She has such scream queen potential! She really puts everything into this role and you can tell shes passionate about her character. I honestly wanted more time with her. The gore and spfx in Red Eye was also so well done. All practical effects that looked super real! The cinematography and music score, also very beautiful. Stunning aerial and wide shots of the backwoods filming location. The film looks and sounds gorgeous! The closing credits song, specially made for the film, was so appropriate and killer!

My only nit picks would be very minor things. The run time is short and it left me wanting more. Especially with the character of Gage. I craved more of his backstory. Also, one scene felt a little out of place. Where Ryker's boyfriend slaps and proceeds to rape her (which is implyed and shown off screen). At that point in the film, we already understand he's not a good guy. We didnt need that, to drive to home. Plus the character of Ryker is so strong; she just doesnt seem to be portrayed as a girl, who would EVER date someone like him. Let alone ever be abused by anyone. But minor complaints in the overall product of the film!

What a huge accomplishment for these 2 young film makers. I highly recommend supporting indie horror and especially this film. Cant wait to own it!
DEAD-SHOT

DEAD-SHOT

RED EYE is yet another cheap indie horror flick, made in America and shot out in the woods somewhere rural in Kentucky. Yet again a bunch of hiking friends head off into the wilderness to check out an urban legend, only to discover that myth is very much real and they're soon being menaced by a psychotic killer. The film occasionally has a 'video nasty' feel to it with more unpleasant gore effects than in most indie horrors, but the whole thing is of such a poor quality that it's impossible to take anything seriously.
Longitude Temporary

Longitude Temporary

This movie is worth the time. Go watch it now if you haven't already. It's packed with a lot of gore & blood.
Gajurus

Gajurus

I got the chance to check out the debut film from Deranged Minds Entertainment and director Tristan Clay. This is an interesting little slasher. It has a messed up twist ending that the film lingers on. You think one person is going to survive but then it sets in how unbelievably screwed they are. It deflates the audience but it's a good thing. Man though when the violence kicks in, it is brutal and ugly. What it lacks in stalking, it goes for with gritty in your face violence. Destinie Orndoff is so good and everything she does seems so effortless. She has natural screen presence. Heather Dorff has a more traditional dramatic arc and she has so much emotion flowing through every word. This is still rough in some areas but it has so much promise. You can see Tristan finding his feet throughout the film. It is only going to get better from here.