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The Devil's Whispers (2009)

Maric Drogovski has lived with guilt for over a year. But when the time comes to face up to what he has done, he not only makes things worse, he throws himself into another realm without any hope of redemption.

Director:

David Izatt

Writer:

David Izatt
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Cast

Credited cast:
Nicholas Gunn Nicholas Gunn ... Maric
Lachlan Jeffrey Lachlan Jeffrey ... Kelvin (as Lockie Jeffery)
David Izatt David Izatt ... McGregor
Jessica Pekin Jessica Pekin ... Claudia
Holly Thompson Holly Thompson ... Elizabeth
Loren De Jong Loren De Jong ... Maggie
David Sharp David Sharp ... Barman
Chris Bax Chris Bax ... Joe
Patrick Constantinou ... Gunman
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Simon Todman Simon Todman ... Pan (voice)
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Storyline

Death follows some people around like a shadow, lingering behind them, watching, waiting and growing ever closer with every breath they take. But are they really the target? Or are they cursed to pass deaths touch onto those that walk a different path... For Maric Drogovski there's no light at the end of the tunnel. The headaches get a little worse every time, a splitting pain through the temples and behind the eyes. His girlfriend Claudia's moods have darkened and she's turning into a nasty piece of work. Then there's the poetry. That need to write away all of life's problems with a pen. But there's something in his mind that he can't escape. A picture he'll have in there forever. Abigail... Sweet little Abigail. Written by Anonymous

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Poetry is the work of the Devil.

Genres:

Horror | Thriller

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

2 April 2009 (Australia) See more »

Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia See more »

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Budget:

AUD500 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Eerie Film
15 May 2014 | by harnollgary90See all my reviews

First thing, I have only watched the re cut web series so I have no idea if the original film is different in any way? Its low budget, but not in a bad way. Although it's not quite horror or supernatural, the actors give strong performances throughout and the cinematography really is great. My favourite character is Kelvin and best performance probably the Devil and I wish there was more of him. The special or visual effects are not the best and maybe dated as it's now a good six or seven years old, but for low budget that's what you would expect. Score is brilliant, sets the mood completely and the composer did a great job with it. I really hope to find a copy of the original film on DVD.


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