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Nix (Movie Review)


The Film


A family on a camping trip find themselves tormented by a strange entity.

What started as a simple camping trip for the Coyle family, suddenly turns terrible when their young daughter Tessa goes missing. Flash forward 25 years, and the disappearance still haunts the family. Donna (Dee Wallace) still believes in her heart that Tessa is alive, continuing to celebrate her birthday in the hopes she’ll one day return. Donna’s oldest son, Jack (James Zimbardi) attempts to keep the family as one cohesive unit, while middle son Lucas (Skyler Caleb) struggles to recover from addiction all while raising his one child.

Soon, odd events start occurring, culminating with the appearance of an entity known as the “Nix.” Is this entity here to confront the family over what happened in the woods all those years ago? Or is there more to the entity?

Known for the film Sharknado (a film that is terribly fun), Director Anthony C. Ferrante has created another movie that will be talked about for all the wrong reasons. First the 1 good part of the film, which happens to be the cinematography and stylistic tones used to be quite effective. The sudden camera movements, while typically cliché and way over used nowadays, were done in a manner that seemed genuine.

Besides that, NIX just felt way too ‘been there, done that.’ The use of the trauma over the disappearing daughter never felt real and almost too tacked on, while the monster had no real scare to it.

While I didn’t expect much from NIX, I was truly disappointed as I’d hoped it would be at least campy fun. I wouldn’t recommend giving this one a watch unless you’re a diehard horror fan who has to watch every film in the genre.

Nix arrives September 27th 2022 on Digital and VOD

  • Rating Certificate: Not Rated
  • Studios & Distributors: All Roads Production | 1091 Pictures
  • Country: USA
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 103 Mins.
  • Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1
  • Director: Anthony C. Ferrante
  • Written By: Skyler Caleb | Anthony C. Ferrante | Woody Hancock III
  • Release Date: 27 September 2022

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