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Cast: Rachel Amanda Bryant, Brit Sheridan, Robert Pullman

Director: J. Horton

Genre: Horror

Year: 2018

Rating: NR

Robert Wainwright dies after breaking his deal with the Devil, passing that debt onto his estranged daughter Morgan. She soon finds herself in a never-ending cycle of terror as she is brutally murdered then resurrected over and over again, each time losing a piece of her soul. Now she must discover why this is happening and break the deadly cycle in order to escape.

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'The Campus' tells the story of Morgan, a young lady who returns home for her father's wake after he passes away. He was never much of a father to her and always treated her sister, Natalie much better. So upon returning Morgan really has no tears to shed for her father. In fact what she plans on doing is going to her father's business and find things to take that are worth value which shouldn't be hard because her dad was an Archeologist.

What she doesn't know is her father made a pact with the devil years ago for his soul but he some how broke it off. Now once Morgan enters her father's business lot she will unknowingly inherit the curse. She will die over and over again and each time a piece of her will be taken until the devil completely owns her soul, unless she can find a way to break the curse and stop the loop of death from happening.

'The Campus' is the first feature film from Gas Money Pictures which is co-owned by Writer/Director, Jason Horton and James L. Bills. The film starts off with a scene in the desert which shows three men looking for an underground tomb. When tragedy strikes we jump ahead to present day and that is when we meet Morgan and her not so friendly sister, Natalie. After Morgan first enters her dad's business the horror starts almost immediately and it keeps up each time she loops back in but each time presents a new and different version of hell for her as she has to deal with a range of unearthly creatures and zombies.

With all the dying Morgan does over and over you might think the film would become boring but that is not the case at all. Each time things get changed up and the fact that the film uses flashbacks in order to fill in the story you become engaged and invested as you wait to see if Morgan escapes her hell. Writer/Director, J. Horton does a great job keeping the film moving at a nice pace while filling out the story with just the right amount of carnage. 'The Campus' is a demonic blood fest that creates just the right amount of tension and suspense to keep you glued to the screen. The film looks and sounds terrific and the practical effects and make-up used are both amazing. Another thing that makes the film so good is the acting, everyone in the film did a great job but it clearly belongs to Rachel Amanda Bryant who plays Morgan. Rachel is a very talented actress who does a fantastic job of bringing Morgan's anguish, fear and confusion to life.

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I really enjoyed 'The Campus' and I loved the twists it presented as well as the perfect climax. Also make sure you stick around after the credits for a bonus scene. The film has already had several screenings but more are coming. You can find out where and when by visiting the film's official site HERE and by visiting the film's Facebook page HERE.

I had a great time watching the film and I look forward to seeing what J. Horton and Gas Money Pictures have coming next. 'The Campus' is a horror fanís dream come true so be sure to check it out.

Released by Gas Money Pictures

**** Out Of *****

 

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