Director: Victor Catala, Brian Deane, Oliver Lee Garland, Guillermo Lockhart, Tony Morales, Nicholas Onetti, Nicholas Peterson, Daniel Rubesam, Christopher West
Writer: Mauro Croche, Guillermo Lockhart (Screenplay)
Starring: Magui Bravi, Luz Champane, Amparo Espinola, Clara Kovacic, Agustin Olcese, Amy Smart, James Wright
Plot: A group of friends reunited to play a game. Each one of them spect to get something about it. The rules of the game are to tell a story of horror for each candle.
Runtime: 1 Hour 40 Minutes
There may be spoilers in the rest of the review
Story: 100 Candles starts as a group of friends look to tell the best scary story, with it being a larger part of a game, with each story meaning they can blow out one candle, as the friends look to find the next story, we dive into a host of different short stories, each with a different twist on the horror world.
Thoughts on 100 Candles
Thoughts – 100 Candles is a horror anthology that does bring us a series of very good horror shorts, each one takes the story in a very unexpected direction, which are a joy to watch. Most will give us a twist along the way that will leave us shocked, while the connecting story between the friends telling the story has its own mystery about what is going on through the game, they are playing requiring scary stories. The film does have a weakness, that being there doesn’t seem to be an introduction to the title of the different stories, which makes it harder to discuss certain ones without talking about what is going on. If you want to see a series of films that will highlight a host of directors and what they can bring to the horror genre, this is going to get plenty of scares along the way.
Final Thoughts – 100 Candles is a great set of horror short stories that will bring a selection of horrors to us.