The Deaths of Ian Stone Reviews
My first film in this years 8 Films To Die For Horrorfest and I must say, this is a welcomed treat. The plot synopsis for this movie makes it sound like a simple "human vs. otherworldly monster" type movie, but the twist gives it a nudge that makes it stand out from similar mainstream movies such as Dead Silence and Darkness Falls. Also a pleasant surprise is that the budget for this movie was evenly spread amongst the cast and special effects. The acting was surprisingly well done and the creature effects (a combination of real life actors and computer animation) was equally as well done and not the usual eyesore that is usually seen with horror movies. (I also enjoyed listening to the villains speak in british accents.)
The end of the movie is, sadly, the retelling of an old cliche of sorts (but to tell you that would spoil the twist and the movie) and there are a couple WTF?! moments but, overall I would definitely recommend checking out this movie and soon, otherwise you may have to wait a year before it's finally brought to DVD.