Movies Galore takes a look at director Matt Kemple’s anthology “Shivers Down Your Spine” from 2015!

Written by David Strege

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On Facebook director Mathew Kister was asking for reviews of his new anthology from Dead Lantern Pictures so I though I’d ask for a screener and lo and behold he did thanks Mr. Kister!

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The first story wraps around the others as in Out of the Lamp as Jeff only wants to make a frozen pizza instead of pizza a lamp appears in his microwave.  He brings the lamp over to his couch, rubs it and out pops Sabia a topless sarcastic Genie.  First he demands her to make him his pizza but then he wishes her to tell him some scary stories…

In Deadbolt a young woman is home alone on Halloween night or is she really?…

In Convention Girl a freind calls his freind up middle of the night during a horror convention to help him with a girl he thought was just a hooker…

In Birthday Dinner what looks like a husband and wife have birthday dinner with out their daughter being in parts because of it…

In Whispering Board three girls are gathered around a ouiji board to coming with the spirit of a dead boyfreind… Little does she know the truth…

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In I Dream of Djinni Sabia tells a personal story of a precious master as John Thomas receives a package with the lamp as the saying goes be careful what you wish for…

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In Shortly After Nightfall a dragnet like Detective follows a lead to a motel that has unfinished business a wis man once told hI’m any story with a woman ends in a wooden kimono…

In Bad Heart a serial killer who kills on valentine’s day gets reincarnated…

In Last Breath A woman comes to suspect her man is cheating on her… when he’s only late…

In A Christmas Horror Story Kyle and a group of kid’s areally decorating a store front when they hear on the radios of a white male in a santa suit thats killed 4 people…

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Now I enjoyed this anthology it was a lot of fun watching.  Definitely more comedy in it then chills but worth the watch.  I’ll remember the crime story and the story where the dude wished for his ideal woman and the girl who was home alone on Halloween night the most as I’ve always enjoyed anthologies like creeps how and tales from the crypt I also enjoyed the acting it was very much noticed that Kister had talent on board!

Knowing that it was micro budget puts my faith in people have less always try to produce more.  Enough nudity to keep the tongues wagging and I enjoyed how he tried to have a little bit of everything…

I give this anthology an overall 4 out of 5 stars and thoroughly recommend that when this comes out you by it! It’ll go along with all those other creeps term anthologies enjoyable to watch and I think always helps to have some unknowable names to actor so they get a little spotlight! Enjoy!

And Sabia may return in Chills Down Your Spine… Maybe…

Starring Megan Shepherd as Sabia, Steve Eaton as Jeff, Jenny Chambers as Cora, Genevieve Schmidt as Trick ‘r’ Treating Ghost, Tina Schmidt as Mother, Jeremy Cech as Green Screen Body Suit Ghost, Dani Slaughter as Sister, Eric Moyer as man, Michelle Schrage as Woman, Christina Olsen as Jane, Dailen Cowden as Peter, Mark Popejoy as Ray Dean Foster, Block of American Cheese as Whore Cheese, Chiana Fisher as Bryce, Julia Farrel as Tiffany, Jazmyne Van Houten as Alexis, Steve Eaton as Justin, T.J. Roe as David, Ali Hodson as The Convention Girl, Jasmyne Van Houten as Beth, Will Griffey as Greg, Justin Milani as Josh, Kevin Casey as Dennie, Joanna Kingsbury as Woman in White, Rose Johnson as Lola, Danielle Brookshire as Effie, Cody McDowell as Kyle, Dailen Cowden as Steve, Jazmyne Van Houten as Mellisa, Jim Broadhagan as Billy, Kerrie Waybright as Lauren, Ted Perez as Jerry, Dale Schumacher Jr. As Santa, Ian Davison as Radio Anouncer, Jesse Hapke as Robert, Kevin Casey as Delivery Man, Taylor Melone as Young Mother.

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