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Audio commentary with director David Gregory & producer Derek Curl
Scathed - 40 minute film by David Gregory
Plague Town The debut feature from Dark Sky Films, David Gregory's Plague Town tells the nightmarish tale of a family traveling through Ireland, and the horrors that await them upon stumbling into a remote village populated by deformed, homicidal youngsters and the parents who will do whatever it takes to protect them. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Creepy and Unique
Posted by: SlasherDiva from: Florida on
First I have to say that I wasn't bored while watching "Plague Town" it held my interest and had some very creepy,scary moments in it.
It was reminiscent of "Wicked Little Things "from the first batch of 8 films to die for.
"Plague Town" was somewhat original but it's not like kids haven't been used many times in the past to frighten or shock audiences, a few good examples being "The Bad Seed","The Good Son" and "Who Can Kill a Child",It's the brutality and shock value of using something that personifies innocence,hope and goodness that gives shock value to a film like this and others that portray children as "monsters".
The film used very dim lighting in places and that didn't really bother me because it lent to the dark feel of the film.There were quite a few grisly scenes but they let you see just enough to let you know what happened and just enough to let you're imagination run wild as well.
The character of Rosemary was particularly creepy and well played.Her bug eyed look very disturbing.
all in all I would recommend it to a horror slasher fan.
It's interesting and somewhat unique but I still like "The Children" better as far as killer kid flicks go.
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Great independent film!
Posted by: redandblack6s from: Winston-Salem, NC on
This was really good for an independent film, my wife and I loved it! The plot is rather unique, it's kind of a mix between The Hills Have Eyes and Children of the Corn. It's really creepy and keeps your interest till the end. The acting and special effects were decent for an independent film. My only complaint was the picture quality which was kind of fuzzy, but then again, it's a rather low budget film. My wife and I like to call these films, 'A-' films. It's not a Hollywood blockbuster with a buch of big name actors, but it's also not one of those cheesy pooly made 'B' movies with terrible special effects and such bad acting that it looks like they pulled the actors off a street corner and said, 'Hey, I'll pay you to read this cue card.' Hence, 'A-' film. This was a good movie, I highly recommend it! Also, some other good 'A-' films I recommend are The Devil's Chair, Seed, High Tension, Martyrs, The Ugly, and Murder-Set-Pieces (the unrated director's cut).
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