Sinphony is a 2022 horror anthology film in which a group of filmmakers explore a tragic tale caused by a supernatural entity. The movie was conceived and curated entirely on the popular social media platform Clubhouse. Also known as Sinphony: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology
Mother Love – Writer/Dir. Jason Ragosta (ZTV, Boy in the Dark) – A witch must summon the power of her coven to defend her child from a crazed killer.
Ear Worm – Writer/Dir. Steven Keller (Cherry) – A young contractor hired to remove mould from a house inhales strange spores, causing hallucinations and murder.
Forever Young – Writer/Dir. Haley Bishop (Host) – In a desperate attempt to preserve her youth, a thirty-year-old woman engages in a social media dance craze that may have dire consequences.
The Keeper – Writer: Greg Greene – Dir. Wes Driver – A small-town innkeeper’s growing concern over domestic abuse between his new guests takes a horrific turn as he stumbles upon their monstrous secret.
Tabitha – Writer/Dir. Jason Wilkinson – (Killing Time) – After a botched robbery, a young woman bleeds out in her car while being terrorised by a ghostly figure.
Do Us Part – Writer/Dir. Kimberley Elizabeth (Nightmare on Film Street) – A recently separated couple comes to terms with the fact that one of them is a ghost.
Limited Edition – Writer/Dir. Mark Pritchard (Ground Rules, Wake) – Intent on capturing an original moment in time, a woman faces a deadly battle when the moment fights back.
Rose Motel – Writer/Dir. Baraka Noel (The Thieves Code) – A struggling comedian stuck in a dingy airport motel room without his phone and wallet becomes increasingly manic when he can’t reach his girlfriend via the landline.
Maternally Damned – Writer/Dir. Nichole Carlson – The anxiety of a woman’s unplanned pregnancy intensifies as her body goes through a series of unexplained changes.
Symphony of Horror – Writer: Sebastien Bazile – Dir. Michael Galvan/Sebastien Bazile (Breuckelen, By Dawn) – When heard, a parasitic brain infection caused by a cursed song sends ordinary people into a killing frenzy.
“I have to say that this was a fun batch of horror. You kind of got the best of every horror genre, slasher film, suspense film, blood-spurting films, and some uber-creepiness, all rolled into one. I also appreciated not having to waste time through all that boring plot development. Nope, Sinphony and all its segments get right to the point.” 4 out of 5, Entertainment Ave!
“Sinphony doesn’t hit all the buttons, but it has a unique concept that isn’t wasted. While it doesn’t hold up to the golden standard of Trick r’ Treat, fans of horror anthologies like Holidays and Bad Candy will enjoy another addition to their collections. Check it out if you like distinctive storylines, drama-led characters, psychological duress, and a fun mix of content.” 3.5 out of 5, Grimoire of Horror
“Sinphony is not exactly great, but at least it has a few high points—and its low points never crater as low as those in V/H/S/99. It is definitely an anthology to wait to stream for free and fast-forward through the weak patches. Earning a decidedly mixed review, Sinphony is now in theaters and on-demand.” J.B. Spins
“Clearly, all directors involved in Sinphony: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology have potential; some need a little more time to define their style. It’s unfair to mention any specifically by name because what they’ve all collectively done here is unique. That bold forward thinking should be celebrated for advancement, not shredded for what it may lack.” The MN Movie Man
“Sinphony: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology is a nice selection of horrors, only they all feel too short to have the biggest impact.” 3 out of 5, Movie Reviews 101
“Steven Keller’s ‘Ear Worm’ has one of the more notably nasty moments in the movie and could also benefit from being expanded, possibly into a full-on body horror feature […] Your mileage will certainly vary depending on what you’re looking for. But anyone who’s a fan of the V/H/S series, The ABCs of Death, or any number of recent horror anthologies will likely find at least something to enjoy.” Nightmarish Conjurings
“If you like the horror genre, there is something to love for everyone here. These exhibitions of filmmaking talent, incredible writers, and acting skills offer many variations. I love how they are all individual films but manage to have an overall arching narrative. It was fun seeing horror set in the modern zeitgeist without having anything to hold it back.” 4 out of 5, Overly Honest Movie Reviews
” …although some of the other shorts were well made on their own, the gulf in quality from one to another was quite jarring and detracted from the overall product. Especially when the tone was so drastically different and the overall presentation including formatting, sound design and writing.” 3 out of 5, Starburst
“Overall the shorts make for a great compendium. A good mix of women and men in the director’s chair results in unique visions for where the genre can go. As horror continues to evolve, there will be more collections like this one used as a proving ground.” 7 out of 10, Sunshine State Cineplex
“With so short a time for each segment, many of them don’t have the time they need to properly tell their story […] in the end how much you’ll like Sinphony will come down to how you like your anthologies set up. Those who like the shorter format should be quite happy with it, but it’s well enough done that others may want to take a chance on it as well.” 3 out of 5, Voices from the Balcony
1 hour 28 minutes
Aspect ratio: 2.35: 1