The Tapes

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The Tapes
The tapes film poster.jpg
Movie Poster
Directed by Lee Alliston
Scott Bates
Written by Scott Bates
Starring Jason Maza
Mark Dusty Miller
Lee Alliston
Cinematography Richard Mahoney
Production
company
Darkside Pictures
Pure Film Productions
Distributed by Exile Media Group
Release dates
  • 23 September 2011 (2011-09-23)
Running time 80 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Budget £100,000

The Tapes is a 2011 horror film in the "found footage" filmmaking style. The film concerns three students who run afoul of devil worshipers.

Plot[edit]

The film concerns Danny and his girlfriend plus friends find out about a local swingers party in the area but instead find a cult who worships Satan. Contained in the film are subliminal messages that only the more discerning viewer will pick up. For instance, when Danny, Nathan and Gemma first enter the dilapidated farm, Nathan finds three tarot cards, the star, the fool and the magician. The film portrays a cult known as the brotherhood of Beelsebub, who appear at first to be rather eccentric villagers in the same vein as seen in the Wicker man.

Cast[edit]

  • Jason Maza as Danny
  • Mark Dusty Miller as Worshipper
  • Lee Alliston as Farmer
  • Mandy Lee Berger as The Barmaid
  • Eddie Focarelli as Horse
  • Eddie Folcarelli as Worshipper
  • Jodie Mooney as Whistable Kid
  • Nick Nevern as Danny's brother
  • Arnold Oceng as Nathan
  • Natasha Sparkes as Gemma
  • Tom Waldron as Gemma's Dad

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