Blu-ray Review: The Attic Expeditions

Blu-ray Review: The Attic Expeditions
‘Never give up’ is a mantra we often apply to most facets of life, and rightly so. (The exception should always be watching the Witchcraft films; and one should pull that parachute early.) Jeremy Kasten’s The Attic Expeditions (2001) is a film that chased that dubious Hollywood rainbow and actually found the gold: a completed movie. Not a coherent one—by design—but completed. And it’s kind of a pip. Now Severin Films has put out this aughts curiosity with some fun extras and a solid transfer to boot. Let’s get crazy, shall we?

A Satanic ritual, a stabbing, an asylum. Welcome to the mind of one Trevor Blackburn (Andras Jones - A Nightmare on Elm Street 4: The Dream Master), the latest patient at a facility for the criminally insane, run by Dr. Ek (Jeffrey Combs - Re-Animator). It seems that Trevor murdered his fiancé, Faith (Beth Bates
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