Panic Fest 2021 Review: Ezra Dewey Gives a White Knuckle Anxiety Induced Performance in ‘The Djinn’


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One location horror films can be hit and miss, but directors David Charbonier and Justin Powell have crafted a masterful film that really ramped up the isolation horror element and even more so when you thrust a child into the story who is mute. Then you add in a creature like ‘The Djinn’ and you have the making of something truly terrifying. Jinn’s are supernatural creatures in early pre-Islamic Arabian and later Islamic mythology and theology. Jinn are not a … Continue reading Panic Fest 2021 Review: Ezra Dewey Gives a White Knuckle Anxiety Induced Performance in ‘The Djinn’