Movie Reviews 101 Midnight Horror – Shadows Fall (2016)


Director: Aditya Vishwanath

Writer: Raj Jawa, Kuber Kaushik (Screenplay)

Starring: Dylan Quigg, Christian Wennberg, Jener Dasilva, Kinsey Diment, Talmage Thidwell, Marc Carlis, Yvonne Miranda


Plot: Shadows Fall is the haunting story of Senka, a young widow who confronts and answers that eternal question – what would you do for one more moment with someone that you love?

Resorting to the supernatural, she makes a bargain with a demon for the life of her dead husband, Jonas. Now she must live with the price of that deal.



There may be spoilers the rest of the review


Verdict: Mind Bending Horror


Story: Shadows Fall starts as we meet couple Senka (Quigg) and Jonas (Dasilva) who have come from different worlds but fallen in love never the less. What starts as a love story takes a twist when Senka finds herself having to make a deal with Amis (Wennberg) for parts of her life to go back to the way they were always meant to be.

As the story unfolds we learn the truth behind Senka and the deal she is trying to make giving us all the vision of just what would you do in her situation.

Shadows Fall is a horror mystery that instantly makes you wonder just what the hell is actually going on but this is what we want in a film giving us an instant question we want to see solved through the film. We get plenty of twists and turns along the way leading us to the final reveal in the final act. We don’t get any real scares but we don’t really need them for how this story unfolds.


Overall: Horror film that keeps you guessing from start to finish.




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