Sinphony: A Clubhouse Horror Anthology
Year Released: 2022
Runtime: 1h 27m
Director/Writer(s): Jason Ragosta, Steven Keller, Haley Bishop, Wes Driver, Mark Pritchard, Kimberley Elizabeth, Jason Wilkinson, Nicole Carlson, Michael Galvan, Sebastien Bazile
Cast: Haley Bishop, Stella Stocker, Kristine Gerolaga, Alysse Fozmark
Where To Watch: In theaters and on VOD/Digital Platforms October 21, 2022
RAVING REVIEW: An anthology horror series conceived on the social media platform Clubhouse. From the depths of the internet and brought to life by some incredible future filmmakers.
This is the second “anthology” horror series I watched this season; they’re two for two. I love the potential in these brilliantly crafted mini-horror films. My only real knock on any of them is that several left me wanting more. I hope that some of these filmmakers get to expand on these stories or tell new ones that they come up with (or that the internet helps with.)
I think that I prefer full-blown feature films, especially when it comes to horror because I have become so invested in the story and characters. That isn’t a negative about shorts; I love short films; I think that is more about my passion for horror. I love the genre, and I can never get enough!
If you like the horror genre, there is something to love for everyone here. These exhibitions of filmmaking talent, incredible writers, and acting skills offer many variations. I love how they are all individual films but manage to have an overall arching narrative. It was fun seeing horror set in the modern zeitgeist without having anything to hold it back. The ability to travel through time to some extent and not having traditional limitations let creativity shine.
I initially thought about doing a small review for each film, but instead, I want you to be able to go and experience each one with a fresh set of eyes like I did. There are quite a few reviews on each segment if you want to know more about them. I think going in blind is the best way not to spoil the journey. As always, I always remain spoiler-free, but I feel it was even more critical because of the importance of these stories.
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