Brad Twigg (Frames Of Fear 2 2017 – read our review here) and Fuzzy Monkey’s latest release, Frames Of Fear 3, is an entertaining anthology full of mayhem and gore. The film is a collaborative effort, and it really does feel that there is a story in here for everyone. If you like creature features and slashers, then you should definitely check out Frames Of Fear 3.
Frames Of Fear 3 stars Kaitlyn Yurkiw (Teenage Slumber Party Nightmare 2014), Jennii Caroline (Die, Sister, Die 2013), Brandon Aylor (Doll Killer 2013), Alexis Acosta (All Superheroes Must Die 2011), Kirk Munaweera (Earth Girls Are Sleezy 2019), Night Of The Living Dead: Genesis’ David S. Witt, James L. Edwards (Her Name Was Christa 2020 – read our review here), and Matt Lawson (Fatal Premonitions 2017). The team of directors includes Dustin Ferguson (Tales From The Campfire 3 2020 – read our review here), Richard Mogg (Bangin’ Vengeance 2011), Matt Watts (Land Shark 2017), and Brad Twigg himself.
All of the stories are entertaining, but I especially liked “Happy Anniversary” and “Slashed Portrait.” The first tale follows an elderly couple who are celebrating their wedding anniversary. They seem pretty normal, at least until you find out that both are serial killers, and the husband has kidnapped a young girl as a gift for his wife. It’s a fun, gory, and disturbing story. Twigg does a great job with this segment. If his aim was to sicken and entertain the viewer, then he accomplished his goal.
“Slashed Portrait” is in the same vein as “Happy Anniversary,” in that this short is also gory and disturbing. I love “Slashed Portrait” because it’s artistically morbid. The story follows a young artist who likes to paint. One night, she accidentally cuts herself with a knife, and blood splatters on a painting she is working on. She discovers that she likes the sight of blood on her work, so she begins to kill people when she is working on a painting. It’s a fun, yet dark story that will entertain horror fans.
There are also some fun trailers in the very beginning of Frames Of Fear 3. I don’t want to spoil them for you, but let’s just say there are snippets involving a plunger, a psycho Elvis impersonator, and – my personal favorite – Satan’s She-Bitch. All of these trailers should be made into feature length movies by Fuzzy Monkey Films. Seriously, Brad Twigg. Satan’s She-Bitch really needs to happen, like immediately.
I highly recommend Frames Of Fear 3 if you want to laugh, be grossed out, and have a good time. If you’re interested in grabbing yourself a copy of this or any other Fuzzy Monkey Film, you can do so right here.