Tall Men – USA, 2016 – reviews

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[Total: 3   Average: 2.3/5]

‘Strange things are coming.’

Tall Men is a 2016 American horror thriller film written and directed by Jonathan Holbrook. The film is a remake of Holbrook’s 2004 movie Customer 152 and was filmed with this title. The Chronicle Factory production stars Dan Crisafulli, Kay Whitney and Richard Garcia.

The film was released on Blu-ray, DVD and VOD platforms on May 9, 2017 via Gravitas Ventures.

Main cast:

Dan Crisafulli (Grimm), Kay Whitney, Richard Garcia, Jeff Alden, Jackie Ayzenberg, Jennifer Angelucci-Medina, Pat Cashman, Tim Forehand, Earl Gray, Rachelle Henry, Olisa Spyc-e Enrico and Brandon Cogo.

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“I felt a little underwhelmed, or at least that certain details of the whys and hows were still absent. The plot falls somewhere between crazy conspiracy and supernatural evil, not exactly a satisfying fit but still acceptable.” Christopher Stewart, UK Horror Scene

“Crisafulli performs as a broken individual (both mentally and financially) and evokes a sense of sympathy from the audience, even when we know that the majority of his problems are self-issued. Holbrook’s directorial style in this film delicately tiptoes the line between supernatural horror and dark, pseudo-drama… an odd mismatch which does have its drawbacks in plausibility, but it’s pretty damn entertaining…” Matt Boiselle, Dread Central

Filming locations:

Everett and Lake Stevens, Washington


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