KILD TV (2016)

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KILD TV: Directed by William Collins. With D.C. Douglas, Astrea Campbell-Cobb, Heather Williams, Grace Johnston. The crew of a local horror movie showcase is use to broadcasting creepy stories of heinous killers, but tonight they are the story, trapped with a real killer among them.

“As a huge fan of horror cinema, I would wager Iu0026#39;ve watched over 1,000 titles in the genre. As such, I am always starving for originality when it comes to concepts. Many horror films rehash the same plots weu0026#39;ve seen countless times, and while some of these are interesting and fun, many of them are not. So, when a title comes along that offers entertainment and originality, you can bet Iu0026#39;m going to sing its praises and do so LOUDLY.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eSuch is the case with KILD TV, a recent offering from director William Collins. With KILD TV, Collins gives horror fans exactly what they want: fun. The film has it all: dark humor, grisly gore, and even an intriguing thriller of a mystery that unfolds nicely. If youu0026#39;re looking for a great way to spend 100 minutes of your life, give this movie a look for sure.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThis is a lower budget film, but itu0026#39;s hard to tell. The production team does a great job utilizing their budget, and they spend the money where it counts. The result is a great-looking movie that does not disappoint.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eKILD TV is shot well, however the cinematography is nothing new or noteworthy. The camera tells the story, period. If you are looking for artistry, look elsewhere; this is probably not the film for you.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe cast of KILD TV does an excellent job with their roles, and I commend the group for the effort they put forth. I have to single out D.C. Douglas, however, the man behind Milton/Dr. Perseco. Douglas has an amazing resume that runs the gamut from soap operas to video games. He was, therefore, the perfect person to bring Dr. Perseco to life. Douglas does an outstanding job, and I canu0026#39;t wait to see what he does next.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe special effects in KILD TV are top-notch, and I tip my hat to the effects team. The film has some superb gore, and a couple of scenes even made me cringe. I loved every minute of it! Of particular note is the newscaster whose head was bashed in with a computer monitor. Carnage litters the desk and the walls, and I had no trouble believing the scenario.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eKILD TV is a major win for me, and I highly recommend it.”


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