Andy Mitton’s The Harbinger isn’t Doomed for Failure at Fantasia 2022

The Harbinger’s terrifying tone gets established right down from the first frame to the last, and this film’s assault to the senses is relentless.

The Harbinger
Available to Stream on Amazon USA

Next Fantasia 2022 Screening on July 22, 2022 1:50 PM at the Salle J.A. De Sève

Dec 1st, 2022 Update: Available on all major VOD channels and Select Theatres

When considering the bounty of movies made concerning the pandemic, Andy Mitton The Harbinger is the definitive movie to watch. This film concerns what people must and must not do if they want to survive. Here, Monique (Gabby Beans) lives with her brother and father in a family bubble which they maintain with vigilance. In order to stay healthy and safe, they no longer live in the big city.

One day, her oldest friend Mavis (Emily Davis) gives her a call and says she’s being tormented by nightmares, has trouble waking up, and she needs her bestie by her side. She’s afraid something will take her away, and without someone near, nobody will notice she’ll be gone.

Monique heads to New York to be by her side, but in what she discovers is much worse. She learns everyone in the entire building is affected by the same dream Mavis has, and a demon is stalking them! And if this plot sounds familiar, that’s because the Nightmare on Elm Street vibes are certainly there. Instead of offering up grisly kills, what we get is a large exposition about the anxieties over what the future holds for every person these ladies have talked to.

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