It’s kind of interesting to see one of these films put together with multiple scenes. The plot develops with two guys investigating a man living in a cellar, followed by their discovery of his true identity, followed by their fleeing the scene. I’ve often wondered why more characters don’t just run when the weird stuff starts and this one provides a believable motive for fleeing, as well as a believable motive for exploring the house further.
The make-up effects in this one are top-notch, but so far the Fewdio films have
impressed with their ability to tell stories without showing very much of the
scary stuff. Here, the blatant shock scenes aren’t frightening so much as
interesting to look at. This one feels more like a mainstream film than the ones
preceding it and might not be to your taste. That said, the last line of
dialogue is wonderfully creepy.
check it out on Youtube. And if you want to support the people who
make these films, consider picking up the DVD collection, Nightmare House.