A Timely Blogathon: The Dead Next Door (1989)

Over at Movierob, Branden of Cinefessions has reviewed The Dead Next Door (1989) for A Timely Blogathon! Check it out!

This post is the next entry in this month’s A Timely Blogathon being run by Anna of Film Grimoire and myself.  This review of The Dead Next Door (1989) is by Branden of Cinefessions

Check out his site which is filled with hundreds of horror, sci-fi, and cult media reviews and podcasts!

Tnx for taking part Branden!

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TitleThe Dead Next Door (1989)

Director: J.R. Bookwalter

Runtime: 78 minutes

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The Dead Next Door falls firmly into the cult horror genre. It’s a lower budgeted, independent film that is clearly a passion project, which is what makes it so endearing. Shot mostly in Akron, Ohio, The Dead Next Door took three years to complete. Little did director J.R. Bookwalter know at the time, but his work with this film was just beginning, as over 25 years later, he would take his first movie, shot on 8mm film, give…

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