Larry Fessenden (Depraved)
Barbara Crampton, Marshall Bell, Michael Buscemi
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104 minutes
Not Rated
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Blackout (2023) Directed by Larry Fessenden (Depraved) Featuring: Barbara Crampton, Marshall Bell, Michael Buscemi

"Blackout has a compelling, truly disarming earnestness for its deeply wounded soul to be recognized under its shaggy dog cover."—Nick Allen,

"Blackout draws obvious inspiration from a classic monster but couldn’t be further removed in execution. Fessenden captures the mundanity of small-town life while demonstrating just how precarious society can be as one rampaging Wolf Man plunges its residents into chaos."—Meagan Navarro, Bloody Disgusting

"Despite a limited budget it still delivers razor-sharp werewolf images, including a shot torn straight from the pages of EC Comics."—Jonathan Dehaan, Nightmare on Film Street

A man whose attempts to protect his town from his own lycanthropy is challenged at nearly every turn, not least from a crooked businessman who’s looking to exploit the situation for his own financial gain. Charley’s secret is he thinks he’s a werewolf. He can’t remember the things he’s done but the papers report random acts of violence taking place at night in this small upstate hamlet. Now the whole town must rally to find out what is tearing it apart: mistrust, fear, or a monster that comes out at night.

Winner: Best Creature Design, Brian Spears and Pete Gerner - Knoxville Horror Film Fest 2023

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