The Gallows Film Review

20 years after a horrific accident during a small town school play, students at the school resurrect the failed show in a misguided attempt to honour the anniversary of the tragedy – but soon discover that some things are better left alone.
Starring: Reese Mishler, Pfeifer Brown, Ryan Shoos and Cassidy Gifford.
Directed by: Travis Cluff and Chris Loofing
Run time: 1h 21mins

My Thougts
The Gallows is pretty much what it says on the tin … or the trailer. A teenage horror flick and the cast are obviously doomed from the start. Now you can take what you what from that, I for one like them. I knew pretty much the amount of scare factor it would bring into my life and that’s why I went. I wanted to have a few jumps, a few shivers and a few scares but to be able to sleep sound that night too and that’s exactly what the movie provides. I would recommend for you to go see it, if you want a cheap thrill accompanied by some popcorn.

Interesting Facts
* Most of the film’s budget came from people who had never invested in a film before and were local friends of the film-makers in Central California. Was independently funded and produced before being picked up and distrubuted by Warner Bros.

* Most all actors/actresses go by their real life names in this film. Most use their first name and a different last name for their characters. Ryan Shoos goes by his real first and last name for his character.

* Cassidy is Kathy Lee and Frank Gifford’s daughter.

* Body Count: 7 (2 off-screen).


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