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“The Basement” is meant to be a horror film, but it really could pass as an actor’s reel. Co-star Jackson Davis receives the workout of his career with the material, which requires him to embody the curse of dissociative identity disorder, tasked with playing 12 characters, with most of them deranged in one way or another. It’s a thespian challenge that almost gets the picture to where it needs to be, showcasing an actor working very hard to make his part of the movie connect in full. The rest of “The Basement” doesn’t share the same level of commitment, finding co-writers/directors Brian M. Conley and Nathan Ives trying to knot material that’s best served as straight as possible, with concentration on a secondary plot and a wicked ending proving to be too much of a distraction.  Read the rest at


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