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Shadow Walkers 2014

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Three college friends hit the biggest party of the year, where a mysterious phenomenon disrupts the night, quickly descending into a chaos that challenges their friendships and whether they can stay alive.

Starring:
Bill Gullo
Runtime:
1 hour, 36 minutes

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Genres Horror
Director Dennis Iliadis
Starring Bill Gullo
Studio Signature Entertainment Ltd
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
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Format: DVD
‘Shadow Walkers’ (or ‘+1’ as it’s also known) is an odd little number at the best of times. It never really seems to know what it is. I guess the one thing everyone can agree on is that it’s a ‘B-movie.’ Therefore, most likely everyone concerned with making it knew that it was never going to be a massively commercial box office smash. At best it might achieve ’cult status’ on DVD.

Therefore, it doesn’t have a budget and no ‘known’ actors to speak of. It’s about a meteor that crashes into a small town in America, creating weird phenomenon amidst a local college party. Soon the guests find things are going a little crazy and they might not make it to morning alive. It starts off like some sort of adult-humour piece like American Pie, then it progresses into a looping version of Groundhog Day. There’s also a fair bit of ‘gratuitous’ nudity which (judging from what I’ve read online) seems to have put a lot of people off from taking the plot seriously.

When I read that synopsis I thought it was going to have something to do with aliens. Yet, what you get is time travel. It could work. And it almost does. Without giving too much away about the plot, it tries to be a little bit different (and succeed), but then it strays into that area where it starts to become too clever for its own good. Any film concerning time travel is going to have some major plot holes. Some of them are just so good (I’m thinking the Terminator series and Back to the Future) that you can forgive the odd lapse in plausibility and just enjoy the ride. However, in Shadow Walkers the questions just keep mounting up. It’s like the writers had one idea then changed their minds half way through. And then again about twenty minutes later.
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It's good to see a film with some original ideas and on that front Shadow Walkers fits the bill. The problem is it's all idea but little thought as to how to execute the idea effectively. This is a difficult film to review without giving the story away so I'll stick to the structure and disk attributes. Something happens (there is never any attempt to explain the cause) which results in a cascading chain of events at a party being held for college kids. From here the plot diverges into a number of directions but the storytelling becomes extraordinarily confused - it's almost as if the creators couldn't agree on how they could keep the story together coherently and tried one thing then tried something else, failing each time. The result is totally ludicrous behaviour from the characters and finally the whole mess just ends. It could have been so much better if some conclusions had been drawn for the viewer at the end but it feels like it just got too hard. The acting was OK except the actors at times seemed to be confused about what was going on. This film has a lot of music (yes, of course - it's set at a party) and the Dolby Digital 5.1 track handles this quite well. The disk isn't Region 2 locked as I was able to play it in my Region 4 player. In summary, this movie wasn't a complete waste of time - it had some great ideas but it just didn't come together. Possibly it needs a second watch.....
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By Richard Morton TOP 1000 REVIEWER on 17 Dec. 2014
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This was a weird, interesting little bag of ideas - kind of a cross between teen comedy, horror and a time loop flick (Groundhog Day, Source Code, Edge of Tomorrow etc). It's a low budget, low key affair but has enough going for it to make it worth a viewing.

We're rapidly introduced to the core characters before they head off to an absurdly elaborate drunken house party. Whilst the party is rocking, a small asteroid hits the ground nearby and starts emitting some strange energy waves (?!) These appear to start causing bizarre time loops and our party goers are soon bumping into their doppelgängers from the past, this is where the horror element kicks in as it all gets a bit nasty.

It may sound odd and that's because it is - there are no real explanations offered as to why any of this may actually be happening but it's still decent fun. Despite the low budget it's pretty well put together visually, even when there's multiple versions of the same characters knocking around. There's the odd dodgy acting effort but in the whole it's fine and gets the job done. It's not in the same class of course as the films I mentioned previously but is an interesting spin on similar ideas and doesn't outstay it's welcome. A good effort.
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By I. R. Kerr TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 5 July 2014
Format: DVD
Billed as Project X meets Donnie Darko but it really needs no comparisons it's a reasonably decent horror movie on its own.
After David breaks up with his girlfriend Jill he and two of his friends go to the party of the year only to find she is there too. It starts out as your average raucous and booze filled teen comedy with David trying to win Jill back and his friends trying to make out but when the local electricity supply is hit by some strange phenomena it all goes haywire and before long you will start to wonder who the hell is who.
It's far better than I thought it would be and the constantly twisting storyline is a pleasant change from all the found footage crap out there right now. The last scenes also hint at a possible sequel.
Well worth watching if you fancy an unusual horror movie, sadly there are no extras at all.
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