Frank lived alone. He had no job, no friends and no girlfriend. Then Charlie came along and everything changed.





Credited cast:
Tom Ryan ...
Frank Walker (as Thomas Ryan)
Paul Gmitter ...
Charlie Downey
Henry Benson
Deana Demko ...
Bradley Creanzo ...
Brad Donnelly
Det. Jack Donnelly
Jason Greco ...
Det. Todd Baris
Caroline Pozycki ...
Tom Schorr ...
Jose the landlord
Eddie McGhie ...
Michele O'Reilly ...
Ms. O'Reilly
Andrew LaBruno ...
Rodrigo Bustamante ...
Forensics officer
Michelle Rosado ...
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Frank lived alone. He had no job, no friends and no girlfriend. Then Charlie came along and everything changed.

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Sometimes all you need is a friend and a little good advice


Horror | Thriller





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10 October 2014 (USA)  »

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$1,000 (estimated)

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My Review Of "Faces"
9 January 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Faces" takes a dark, emotional journey into the personal life of a serial killer with intense, dramatic story telling. Ryan frames a his horror story with a heartfelt approach that creates a personal connection to his protagonist/antagonist Frank Walker. The acting is above par for low budget indie cinema which allows for the story to captivate the audience. The characters are believable, well developed and intensely animated. The lead character/serial killer is both relatable and terrifying.

The special effects used in "Faces" is more classic, practical effects which make the scenes believable. The angles, camera shifts create a suggestive horror that I found more invoking than straight on gore-effect splatter. Although there are definite moments of splatter fest present in "Faces". The blood and gore is crafted to be convincing, and they work. The creature effect/make-up used in the more dark humor elements of the film are a nice balance against the more intense, serious horror that "Faces" gives us.

The soundtrack and music score help to create a chilling atmosphere reminiscent of classic spaghetti thrillers of the late 70's and early 80's. The sounds combine with the character driven story to create a deeply emotive nightmare both entertaining, and thrilling. Overall "Faces" is a nice, well written and directed indie horror film worthy of watching. It is an impressive attempt by Tom Ryan to bring a more personable vision of the dark companion of humanity, the psychopath/serial killer, to the screen.

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