Evil on Queen Street (2002)

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A mysterious crystal takes the form of a tin man mask and takes over the mind of a timid college professor.

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Director:

Matt Spease

Writers:

Ronnie James Dio (based on work by), E.H. Jenkins, Matt Spease (screenplay)

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13 May 2004 | Speakman89
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| Fine start for an Indy Company
Matt Spease's first feature film from his company Dark Night Films is truly great start. Matt definately has an eye for detail in shooting action scenes. He's also a great actor, of all the actors working in his company, he is the best. He plays the rugged hero so good that I'd swear he really is that way in real life. Violet Flame does an ok job in her first official Dark Night Films performance, but she looks as though she holding back a bit. That kind of hurts the overall film, cause she doesn't seem real, just a wrestler reciting lines she's memorized. Overall, I recommend any fans of Indy films to pick up a copy of this film right away, it is well worth the price they them for on their website.

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Release Date:

2002

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

Filming Locations

Banning, California, USA

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Budget:

$2,700 (estimated)

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