Tempus Tormentum – A drifter passing through a small town is drugged by three masked psychopaths and forced into a bizarre game of cat and mouse. He is chased through a series of more and more bizarre events until, in the end, he finds that this evening of terror has lasting consequences. It’s a feel bad film, nasty and brutish, red in tooth and claw.
Every Dead Thing Has Thoughts
Director: James Rewucki
Writer: James Rewucki
Stars: Tyhr Trubiak, Virine Bahadoosingh, Dan Grapko | See full cast & crew »
Tyhr Trubiak – Mr. Mouse
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Virine Bahadoosingh – Dream Girl / Ghost
Dan Grapko – Shadowy Figure
Marc Greene – Birdman
Chris Hodgson – Motel Clerk
Cat Jahnke – Waitress
Lorraine James – Birdlady
Darren Johnston – Devil
John Kapitany – Cult person
Mel Marginet – Cabin Lady
Fred McEvoy – Priest
Paul McWhinney – Slashmouth
Chris Parkes – Bowler Hat
Dr. Rage – Clown
Andy Rewucki – Truck Driver.
A drifter passing through a small town is drugged by three masked psychopaths and forced into a bizarre game of cat and mouse. Tempus Tormentum
He is chased through a series of more and more bizarre events until, in the end, he finds that this evening of terror has lasting consequences. It’s a feel bad film, nasty and brutish, red in tooth and claw. Written by James Rewucki
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Genres: Horror | Thriller
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Release Date: 17 April 2018 (USA) See more »
Production Co: Absurd Machine Films See more »
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Runtime: 81 min
Color: Color (Black & White and Color)
Aspect Ratio: 2.35 : 1
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Overall a crappy movie, bad camera angles, lack of emotional attachment to characters and overall lack of context and motive. Missing major aspects of a true suspense movie. What doesn’t a horror movie need? colorful smoke and flood light shadows.
What did this movie have an overabundance of? colorful smoke and flood light shadows. You never feel the fear that the protagonist feels, you’re never given a solid backstory to form a connection to either the main character or the people hunting him. Tempus Tormentum
Pointless attempts at cheesy/trippy scares that just didn’t end up working. The typewriter could’ve had a way bigger role but ended up being a redundant addition. Would give a 3/10 for effort.
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