When brothers Gordon and John can not find their father for seven months, they unexpectedly seek him out, beyond the nether-regions. Through a VHS boardgame, they go on a journey, Beyond the Gates.
Written and directed by Jackson Stewart, this cheesy, movie, retrofitted for today's horror lover. From the jingly, Wes Craven music to a VHS rental store, I was drawn into what was "My Day". I found myself looking for a few titles I grew up with. Sadly, there were none on the shelves I recognized.
The movie is about a pair of brothers who discover their father's trapped in a demonic game. The only way to get him back is to complete the game. From the freaky game narrator, to the awesome death of a douche friend, I stopped the movie to get my husband to watch with me. I thought it was totally cool!
Though it took a while to really get going, and the ending was a bit on the hoaky side, it came together perfectly. Honestly, I couldn't find a thing I didn't enjoy- as long as I looked at it from an 80's perspective. By placing myself back into the mindset of the moves I'd watched back in the day, I couldn't be anything but entertained! If you Beyond the Gates, you'll see what I mean. It's a fun movie.
Beyond the Gates
Written & Directed by Jackson Stewart
Produced by Jackson Stewart, Barbara Crampton, Jon Kondelick, Ian Keiser and Amanda Mortimer
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