Review – The Nightmare Gallery (2019)

Gene Blalock’s The Nightmare Gallery is an interesting horror film that follows in the footsteps of movies like John Carpenter’s In The Mouth Of Madness and Jacob’s Ladder, except not nearly as interestingly as either of those movies.

Part of the issue is the narrative, which is a bit muddled. Another is that the movie’s color palate is oddly muted; which is strange because there’s nothing narratively-speaking that I could see that warrants such a visual treatment.

When all is said and done, The Nightmare Gallery isn’t a terrible movie, though it’s not a great one either so if you’re interested in something mind-bending check out the two aforementioned movies.

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