‘You had your chance to be you. Their turn.’
Shed is a 2019 American supernatural horror feature film written and directed by David Axe (The Theta Girl).
Skin-stealing creatures live among humans, masquerading as human … There’s a Halloween party going on nearby, a perfect source of a new identity. Drinks and blood will flow and before the night is over more than one person will turn out to not be who they appeared to be. In more ways than one…
“It’s nonstop brutality at its finest, highlighted by an independent cast and crew with something to prove. And they proved it well. Shed is dark and disarming and a splatterfest mix of horror and science fiction.” Michael Thirkelsen, Horror Society
“Shed does a good job of mixing the plot points we expect from this kind of film with some nice twists. There’s a big cast for a film of this budget and that means plenty of victims […[ We’re barely 15 minutes in and there’s a threesome going on. As with its gore, the film doesn’t shy away from skin either. It also doesn’t always display it the way you might expect.” Jim Morazzini, Voices from the Balcony
Columbia, South Carolina
Plot synopsis and some images are courtesy of Voices from the Balcony
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