Leomark Studios and TokyoSHOCK Japan Coming to Amazon Prime & Blu-ray Oct 19, 2021 (Preorder on Amazon USA here)
Autumn will soon be upon us, and for many, that means preparing for Halloween! This includes looking for all-new horror films to enjoy, and when some fans love a bit of that Asian flair in the work, Ouija Japan may well spell doom for Karen, an American housewife living in Japan who desperately wants to fit in with her Japanese community.
Filmmaker Ryan Spindell’s work is a retrospective on modern-20th century horror—four tales said in summary to start from the 50s and leap each decade to spotlight a particular style of horror relevant for that time.
By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)
Playing at Fantasia Digital Film Festival 2020 On Demand till Sept 2. Buy your virtual ticket here.
From Fantastic Fest 2019 to Fantasia Digital Film Fest. 2020, The Mortuary Collection is making its rounds to other celebrations on cinema. Filmmaker Ryan Spindell‘s work is a retrospective on modern 20th century horror—four tales set in the 50s and onwards to spotlight a particular style of horror relevant for that time. If further screenings and a home video sell out prove successful enough, maybe he will consider making a second volume where it goes back to the ages I adore–The Wild West, Renaissance and Victorian Age.
Although the stories presented here are good, I feel he can go deeper with the subject and offer a thematic package instead of what he made here.