Let’s take a look at Legend of Fall Creek (2021). Another mix of horror and comedy, another slasher movie exploitating the myth of the Halloween night. This time, centering in the urban legend of Bloody Bobby Maxwell.
The Legend started over 20 years ago when the town of Fall Creek Valley was rocked with the tragedy of a missing boy named Bobby Maxwell. He disappeared on Halloween night with out a trace of what happened to him that night. Months, turned to years and finally the search was over, and the memory faded. But 20 years later in Fall Creek Valley on Halloween night, 8 people were brutally murdered. Police investigated the murders over several months. The only connection the murders had to one another was 6 out of the 8 victims, were former classmates of Bobby Maxwell, and were the ones who last who saw Bobby that Halloween night 20 years prior. Since the Fall Creek Massacre, the legend of Bobby Maxwell grew. People reported seeing a child in a orange and black Halloween costume walking the streets of the town late at night. Also people reported black pumpkin markings found all over the town of Fall Creek Valley. All the sightings have had one thing in common, they all seem to be reported on Halloween night.
Legend of Fall Creek (2021) has been directed by Anthony Hall, an awards-winner filmmaker thanks to Mud Season (1999) who is not a stranger to the story since his previous work was Bloody Bobby (2016). Ryan McGonagle, the executive producer of the film, is also attached as co-director and co-writer with the help of Jen Mathiasen.
Most of the actors in Legend of Fall Creek (2021) are reprising the roles they played a few years ago in Bloody Bobby (2016). The main cast is formed by Frank Brantley, Alton Clemente, Curt Clendenin, Christopher DeMaci, Lance Duies, Ben Guppy, Christy Keller, Anita Leeman Torres, Julia Mack, and Chuck Clendenin.
Legend of Fall Creek (2021) is available on-demand since January 2021. Here you can watch its trailer.
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