Director: Prano Bailey-Bond
Year Released: 2021
Movie censor Enid (Niamh Algar) - whose own sister went missing at the age of seven when the two of them were out in the woods - gets handed a new feature called Don't Go in the Church - directed by controversial Frederick North (Adrian Schiller) - and the plot seems to mirror her own personal past. I like how it starts - with homage to the days of "video nasties" and those chintzy horror pictures (who didn't like looking at the boxes of Bloodsucking Freaks and Mother's Day in the video store?) - but the further it goes on with its "plot" the more preposterous it becomes, from Enid (accidentally) killing a sleazy producer (who knew trophies could penetrate the skull?) to becoming an actress herself and (again, accidentally) killing a fellow performer on set (or something to that effect). I like the use of color, but not much of anything else.