A Night of Horror: Volume 1 (2015) is a English movie. Bossi Baker,Nicholas Colla,8 more credits has directed this movie. Bianca Bradey,Emily Wheaton,Rosie Keogh,John Flaus are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2015. A Night of Horror: Volume 1 (2015) is considered one of the best Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.
Zombies, demonic entities, self-surgery, cannibalism and more await in the dark corners of this terrifying offering from some of the most talented filmmakers working in the genre today. Wyrmwood's Bianca Bradey stars, and leads you through a pulse-charging night of cinematic horror.
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(Another) Horror Anthology
"A Night of Horror - Vol. 1" is a horror anthology containing some "hits," but mostly misfires. There are ten stories, and I am not going to go into them all. I will talk about the ones I liked. "Hum" is a story about a hum coming from inside the walls of an apartment building. The girl who lives there thinks she is going crazy, as she seems to be the only person who can hear this noise. However, after she calls the building's superintendent, she learns she isn't all that crazy. I will not give away the ending, but I will say it has one of the most disturbing monsters I have ever seen. "Priest" was also a step above the rest. A woman's ride home on a commuter train leads her to an encounter she will never forget. Although I didn't care for the majority of these film shorts, I at least applaud the filmmakers for their restraint. There is blood and violence, but it is how these tales attack your mind that makes the film work. Hopefully, Vol. 2 will be even better. Rated R for language, disturbing images, and violence.
An anthology in all things generic and pointless...
So, one would think that an anthology in horror with ten film makers coming together for a mutual project, that there should be potential for at least something good. One would think... Boy, this was one amazingly boring anthology. Just about 90% of the stories were generic, boring or downright bad. And that fact is what made this such an ordeal to suffer through. The story with the coroner and the dead girl was the only story worth watching really, in my honest opinion. The rest of the stories were just not really worth the time or effort. If you enjoy horror anthologies, then there are far better choices readily available in the horror genre. And I can, in all honesty, not come up with a single reason to suggest that you should take the time, effort and much less pay the money to get to sit down and watch "A Night of Horror Volume 1". I suffered through this so you don't have to.
Dreary indie horror anthology
A NIGHT OF HORROR VOLUME 1 is an indie horror anthology stitched together from ten different short films ranging from countries including Australia, Canada, and America. Sadly, most of the shorts are very poor indeed, merely consisting of young and innocent women finding themselves at the mercy of serial killers and the like. The emphasis is on bloodshed, cruelty, and nastiness, but it's done so cheaply and ineptly that it doesn't disturb; it merely bores instead.