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I know that it’s not a favorite of a lot of people, but I absolutely love John Carpenter’s Prince Of Darkness. Not because Alice Cooper is in the film (although for me, that’s a big plus), Prince Of Darkness is a slow but deliberate film that played with the idea of an ancient evil being locked away, waiting for the right time to appear. That time also seems to involve possessed homeless people, but that’s part of the fun. Director Nathan Hendrickson, who is more known for being a director of video games rather than film, has seemingly taken inspiration from Carpenter’s film and unleashed The Hollow One, which recently screened at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival.
Rachel (Kate Alden) and her sister Anna Wade (Chelsea Farthing) live with their parents in a small farming community. Their father, Michael (Tony Doupe), has been looking for information regarding their mother Linda’s (Tonya Skoog) past. After a private investigator drops off a mysterious object that seems to be related to the necklace Linda wears, Linda is killed in an accident, and forces Rachel and her sister to leave the farm. Returning two years later to search for their father, the community is mysteriously deserted. Eventually, the two sisters discover more about the mysterious object, and specifically, what was in it.
The Hollow One (2015) While searching for her missing father, an emotionally damaged woman confronts her tragic past and a shadowy figure with sinister intentions. Hollow One, The (2015) I have a soft spot in my heart for horror that is heavy on psychological themes, so when the Toronto After Dark Film Festival announced that it would be adding Nathan Hendrickson’s The Hollow One to its 2015 lineup, my interest was piqued, to say the very least.