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Metal Life horror movie review: Bornless Ones

In the tradition of The Evil Dead, and starring The Newsroom’s Margaret Judson and Teen Wolf’s Michael Johnston, writer/director Alexander Babaev‘s Bornless Ones comes to theaters and VOD February 10.

Emily’s brother, Zack, has cerebral palsy. Their mother passed away and their father is not in the picture which puts all the responsibly on Emily. She finds a medical institution, in the middle of nowhere, that can help her take care of Zack. She buys a cabin in the sticks near the institution and her two friends and significant other come along to help with the move. They discover weird symbols in the house which they find out are demonic in origin. Soon each of them is confronted with the sins of their past as ancient demons possess them.

I cannot say enough good things about this movie. Every part of it from the acting to the cinematography was flawless and I walked away from it with feeling of satisfaction. There is the perfect amount of gore, not too much and not too little, and nothing about it is cliché. This is a fresh horror movie that I highly recommend.

Margaret Judson, Devin Goodsell, Michael Johnston, Mark Furze, Bobby T, and David Banks star in this “atmospheric and demon-filled fright-fest” in theaters and On Demand February 10.



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