Suspension, the latest indie horror from the director of the 2004 no budget chiller Savage Island (of which I was not really a fan), may not appear to have the most original storyline, but if you’re anything like me, the trailer will definitely pique your interest. The two minutes of footage featured have a polish that was definitely lacking in director Jeffrey Scott Lando’s previous work, and I gotta say, I’m liking what I’ve seen so far.
According to IMDb, the film is about a high school girl (newcomer Ellen MacNevin) and a bunch of bullies who are terrorized by an escaped psycho killer who is more than meets the eye. Is it odd that I find that synopsis suspiciously vague? I’m not trying to pick apart a movie that has yet to be released, but often the claim that the villain is more than he/she appears means that the main character has a split personality (or two) and is doing all the slashing…admittedly that concept was pretty cool the first 827 times it was featured in a horror flick, but at the moment it’s just a big predictable snore. Still, I’m thinking shiny happy thoughts and, for the moment at least, I’m trusting the trailer to speak for itself.
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