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Film Review - Banshee Chapter

BANSHEE CHAPTER Katia Winter

The expanse of the mind and its multitude of mysteries form the basis of “Banshee Chapter,” a particularly odd title for a film that has little to do with an overt poltergeist presence. Taking cues from H.P. Lovecraft’s 1934 short story, “From Beyond” (also the inspiration for a 1986 Stuart Gordon film), “Banshee Chapter” is a low-budget hodgepodge of found footage disorientation and hallucinatory cinema, though one convincingly mounted by writer/director Blair Erickson. Although it doesn’t push the limits of horror as far as it could, the feature offers a mildly unnerving journey into the abyss of the brain, dialing up the creep-out factor as it investigates a nightmare rooted in reality, goosed here with some old-fashioned alone-in-the-dark scares. Read the rest at Blu-ray.com

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