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Shadow Brook (2005)

Not Rated | | Horror, Mystery | Video
An Unsuspecting home buyer purchases his first house in the small town of Springmill. William Holmes moves into his new residence on Shadow Brook Road, unaware of the horrible past that will soon consume his life.
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Credited cast:
David Bayer ...
Officer #1
Doug Beaver ...
James (victim)
Matthew Brooks ...
Officer #2, The Entity
Susanna D'Arcy ...
Pam Holmes
Mike Donnelly ...
Mike (victim)
Kathy Grey ...
Alice (victim)
Kerri Kenney ...
Catalina - victim
Adrian Knowles ...
Robert Baker
Jamey McCarney ...
William Holmes (as Jay Taylor)
Griffin Stanton-Ameisen ...
Steve (victim) (as Griffin Ameisen)
Phil Thomas ...
The Store Clerk
Ronald Thomas ...
Franklin Muntz
Barbara Visalli ...
Kelly Winbain
Erin Whitaker ...
Erin (victim)
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An unsuspecting home buyer purchases his first house in the small town of Springmill. William Holmes moves into his new residence on Shadow Brook Road, unaware of its horrible past that will soon consume his life. Written by Phil Thomas

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Within the quiet town of Springmill, lies a dark past long forgotten...

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Horror | Mystery

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Not Rated
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(RCA Photophone System)

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(Sepiatone)
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First try is a noble one...
30 May 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

First time independent filmmakers Matt Brooks and Phil Thomas put forth a noble effort on Shadow Brook. The writing and directing pair make do with the very small budget they have and produce a very watchable, entertaining, spooky, and sometimes humorous tale of supernatural occurrences and the trail of murder that preceded them. If anything is worth the view it would have to be the black and white flashback scenes that illustrate the bloody history of the serial killer known as, Robert Baker. The musical arrangement lends a terrific mood to the film as well. I highly recommend this film for the indy movie lover and casual movie fan alike.


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