Writer: Jim Van Bebber
Starring: Jim Van Bebber, Terek Puckett, Alydra Kelly, Sherri Rickman, Tamara Bell, Michael Capone, Pete Ludlow, Mike Moore, Gregory Charles
More info: IMDb
Plot: Ricky Kasslin hangs himself in prison. Flashbacks and discussions with friends trace his degeneracy into drugs and Satan worship that culminates in the crime that put him behind bars.
My rating: 6/10
Will I watch it again? No.
After watching Van Bebber's short film he made back to back with this one, ROADKILL: THE LAST DAYS OF JOHN MARTIN (which I really dug), I was excited to see this one which runs about 19 minutes. It's a vastly different horror short with only a little gore and more story. It's more of a crime horror as it focuses on a young man who pays for his crimes after his stint dabbling in Satanism and the killing of a young follower. He's ridden with guilt and punishes himself while in jail. It's not all that bad. You can tell it's a low budget flick but there are moments of quality that may surprise you. The voice work could be better but this isn't coming from a studio so I can forgive pictures like this and overlook its shortcomings. Tonight I'm going to watch one of his few features, THE MANSON FAMILY (2003). I hope it's good.