- 81 min
- Directed by: Travis Cluff/Chris Lofing
- Cast: Reese Mishler, Pfeifer Brown, Ryan Shoos
- UK release: 17 July 2015
This sometimes comically inept high school horror film kicks off in 1993, when Beatrice High School's performance of The Gallows goes horribly wrong, and a teenager is hanged in front of the audience. Fast-forward to the present day and the drama club have decided to re-stage the play as a kind of tribute. Cue 'scary' stuff happening. There are a few effective jump scares but they come minus the much-needed unsettling ambiance, or the flow to further the story. There's evidence of some technical talent from Lofing, but nowhere near enough to recommend a film that plays like a repeat performance of so many other found-footage horrors.
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Reviews & features
The Gallows13 Jul 2015
Uninspired, sometimes comically inept high school horror flick
Writer-directors Chris Lofing and Travis Cluff are behind the latest in a long line of found-footage horror movies that comes with the neat premise of a high school haunting, but that bumps around in the dark for far too long with no sense of where it’s…
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