This wonderfully directed low budget indie horror film by Fred Vogel, director of the notorious film “August Underground”, is about some young people partying in the old town tower, which has a gruesome local legend attached to it. However the haunted tower isn’t the only problem for the young party goers. The main girls overtly jealous and increasingly psychotic ex-boyfriend is stalking the place and will stop at nothing to get his girlfriend back, even if that means murder.
Now what makes “The Redsin Tower” a darn good Hidden Horror are two things. First is its brooding dread filled disturbing atmosphere with Mario Bava style colored lighting throughout. Second is its in your face, nasty and fucked up death scenes. So if you want a “get under you skin” kind of horror film for the Halloween season give Fred Vogels “The Redsin Tower” a go.
-James J. Coker