Infernum (2019) reviews of found footage horror

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Infernum is a 2019 American found-footage horror feature film about a young woman who has been traumatised since her parents disappeared when she was young.

Written, produced and directed by Dutch Marich (Reaptown; Miserable Sinners; Hunting; Bleed Out), the Luminol Entertainment-Vekinis Studios production stars Suziey Block, Clinton Roper Elledge, Sarah Schoofs, Michael Barbuto, Abby Wathen and Sarah Zinsser.

Plot:

There is a real-world phenomenon where strange, mysterious sounds ring across towns or regions heralding the arrival of something otherworldly. These haunting sounds happen across the globe and when heard, people disappear or die. Camille Williams has been hunting this phenomenon since the disappearance of her parents, now she has tracked the sound down when all hell breaks loose…

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“Its budget limitations are not translated to the screen and rather uses it to develop other virtues, as the aforementioned atmosphere and the acting. Only a note of caution: the plot is a slow burn, something that some viewers expecting something more dynamic based on the poster can resent, but if you know what to expect from it, it is a good psychological thriller and sensorial manipulation movie.” 10th Circle

Infernum manages to evoke the immediacy of the best “found footage” films, with all the breathless suspense and creeping terror but without the awkward contrivances.” HK and Cult Film News

“The tension is thick with the engine rumbling of an infernal-sounding machine that reeks havoc with cries and screams to amplify night jitters. The open ending leaves room for a wide berth of possibilities and interpretation, making “Infernum” metaphysically loiter in between the rifts of our minds.” It’s Bloggin’ Evil

“Much of Infernum tales place not just at night but in a tunnel. It’s dark, claustrophobic and very cold and Marich makes the most of it. Then he adds some of the most effectively unsettling sound effects I’ve heard in a long time. Blanketing everything in a mix of unsettling tones, industrial noises and what sounds like human voices, many in torment, it effectively becomes a character of its own.” Voices from the Balcony

Release:

Released by Indican Pictures on December 10, 2019, on Digital and DVD.

Cast and characters:

Suziey Block … Camille Williams
Clinton Roper Elledge … James
Sarah Schoofs … Rita
Michael Barbuto … Hunter
Abby Wathen … Sandra
Sarah Zinsser … Marilyn
Rita Habermann … Roberta
Angeli R. Fitch … News Reporter (voice)
Susanna Wagner … News Reporter (voice)
Daniel Kairos … Man on the radio (voice)
Janlyn Williams … News Anchor (voice)
Amber Purinton … Dark Entity
Glenn Nobel … News Reporter (voice)
David Morales … Joe
F. Michael Hughes … Conductor

Budget:

$220,000 (estimated)

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