Seeing Evil – USA, 2017 – reviews

 

Seeing Evil is a 2017 American supernatural horror feature film directed by Jason Henne (Crazy Lake; Claustrophobia) and Christopher Leto (Die Die Delta Pi; The Housewife Slasher; If I Can’t Have You…) from a screenplay written by Henne. The Reaper Films production stars Taylor Girard, Rebecca Hope, David E. McMahon and George Vricos

Plot:

Addiction has destroyed Will (Taylor Girard) leaving him homeless and living in a tent in the woods. However, he’s struck by lightning and survives with miraculous new powers. Suddenly, he can play the piano and is offered a job as a party pianist.

Gradually, Will begins to rekindle his relationship with his former wife, Carrie (Rebecca Hope). Unfortunately, he also begins to experience nightmares and shadowy figures appear to be haunting him…

Reviews [click links to read more]:

” …a clever little movie, one that seamlessly weaves together elements of a ghost story, a conspiracy thriller and a psycho drama without ever losing its story in the process, and yet succeeding in keeping the audience surprised throughout.” Mike Haberfelner, Search My Trash

“The supernatural elements are more suspenseful than frightening, give or take a jump like the appearance of the library ghost. Seeing Evil does keep you interested, wanting to find out just what’s going on. Unfortunately, the ending seems very rushed and underwhelming. It makes sense, it just needed to be handled a lot better.” Jim Morazzini, Voices from the Balcony

Cast and characters:

  • Taylor Girard … Will
  • Rebecca Hope … Carrie
  • David E. McMahon … Doctor Noah Farmer
  • George Vricos … Ken Donovan
  • Steve Heinz … Secret Agent
  • Sean Michael Gloria … Tyler
  • Gustavo Perez … Ghost
  • Lisa Brave … Woman Outside Library
  • Dustin Seabolt … Roger

Technical details:

91 minutes

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One Comment on “Seeing Evil – USA, 2017 – reviews”

  1. If you want to see a film about the perils of addiction and homelessness this is the movie that’s “meh, okay” but a scary horror film it definitely is not.

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