Pipeline (2020)

You know, every time I believe that I’ve seen it all, something shows up to surprise me. Like this movie, which features a pipe monster that takes over a family’s house. So how does the family stay alive? Pretty simple. They rent their home out to people who will serve as food for the beast.

The best part of this movie is that it uses shadows and light to hide the beast, with the kills mostly happening offscreen. Writer/director/producer Emily Aguilar has a background in much lighter fare, making movies like Clara’s Ultimate Christmas. Yet as we’ve learned, often there’s a fine line between directors who do horror movies and those that do holiday movies for kids.

You can learn more at the film’s official Facebook page. Want to watch it? Get it on demand and on DVD from Wild Eye Releasing.

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