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Tuesday, August 13, 2019

GO BACK REVIEW



In the fall of 1978, a distraught commuter travels down a haunted country road only to discover that its inhabitants have other plans.

Starring: Nathaniel Barber, Breanne Solis, and Damian Harris

Written by: Nathaniel Barber

Directed by: Matthew and Nathaniel Barber

  Scott (Nathaniel Barber) is driving alone down a dark road by himself. He’s listening to a radio show giving relationship advice. He’s bothered by it, so he decides to reach back for a tape to put in the radio. After putting the tape in, he comes up on a figure in the road, and stops. Of course he goes to check it out, and it’s all down hill from here.
  Again horror fans are taken down a dark and creepy road with a character willing to get out the safety of their car to investigate something strange happening. In this case, Scott finds a weird mannequin wrapped in plastic. Nothing to fear right? He moves it, and continues on only to find another. He remembers what they mentioned on the radio about “going back,” and maybe he should have taken that advice.
  One of the best things “Go Back” does is set the mood. The film is shot nicely in the dark, and captures the feel of being set in 1978. There is never a time when that creepy vibe goes away. Nathaniel does well in his role as Scott, even with only a few lines. The mannequins will have the audience with an uneasy feeling, and scratching their heads until the end. There's no going back now, make sure you catch this short horror film if you come across it!

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*Shown at the 5th Annual Popcorn Frights Film Festival

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