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Infrared is a 2022 American horror film about paranormal experts investigating an abandoned school.
Written, produced and directed by Robert Livings and Randy Nundlall Jr. Also produced by Travis Ayers.
The Sestero Pictures-Woof Cat Films production stars Greg Sestero, Jesse Janzen, Leah Finity, Ariel Ryan, Samantha Laurenti, Nicole Berry, Ian Hopps, Randy Nundlall Jr, Austin Blank, Robert Livings, Romulo Reyes and Lori Richardson.
A paranormal investigator and his production team gain access to a mysterious abandoned school, but when the thrilling lair turns deadly, the team must race to uncover the terrifying truth before they become the school’s next victims…
“Globally, Infrared is an engaging horror film that breathes new life into not only the genre but the found footage subgenre as well. With superb performances from Greg Sestero, Jesse Janzen and Leah Finity, as well as an incredible build-up of tension, Infrared is a must-watch movie for horror fans! Movie Purgatory
“For what it is, Infrared is an independent found footage film that has a lot to offer. Its commitment to the bit and its atmosphere alone will impress and keep you going until the climax. There’s an undeniable charm here, an unnerving creepy charm that makes me genuinely glad I’m not near abandoned buildings, but an undeniable charm nonetheless. Movie Meister reviews
“Having found footage, we know that most of the incidents take place away from the camera. Not giving us many effective moments, in the sense of horror. It relies on the clever twist of the story. Trying to understand these are the lost frames of the show. Infrared is a film of found images in the rules of the art. 3 out of 5, Movie Reviews 101
“After a hesitant start, Infrared really improved, thanks to strong performances from both leads and a nice, almost over-the-top role from Sestero who almost stole the stage every time he appeared. He played the role of one of the most comedic characters with energy […] I ended up really enjoying it Infrared.” The Rotten Zombie
“In the hands of her young helmsmen, Infrared employs elements of found photography that are as old as handheld photography itself, but transforms them into a creepy assured, refreshing, and gore-free. ” Screen space
“…it can’t overcome all of the genre’s shortcomings, like an over-reliance on shaky cameras and an approach to things that sometimes feels too improvised and stretched to convey the emotions it’s meant to be.” But having said that, the movie still scores points, and high points, on many levels, like it emphasizes atmosphere, it has really good scares, and the performances are all spot on…” Search my trash
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