"There are things that are more terrifying when the origins are not known. This is one such tale" - opening for the video-movie 'BLACK FRIDAY'
'Between Halloween and Christmas there's 'BLACK FRIDAY'.....and there's no escape'!!! (promotional tagline)
What does being involved in the occult get you? Do you receive supernatural powers? Do you get a spiritual awakening? Do you make new 'friends' in the occult? Well, the answer is NO, NO & NO! Oh, you will most definitely pick up something but it's no where near on what you are expecting. There's a reason why we humans were designed not to know everything and it's because we can't handle it, and the occult is one such realm we should stay out of. The horror video-movie 'BLACK FRIDAY' is one tale about the ramifications of delving into the occult.
Tessie's mother has recently passed away and Tessie always felt an uneasy aura and atmosphere whenever she was around her mother for her mother was deep into the occult and it scared Tessie. Now, that her mother has passed, Tessie is confronted by the evil remnants of her mothers dealings in the occult. However, it's not just Tessie who is confronting this evil manifestation from her mothers past; her two friends - Gordon and Marlie are also facing the evils of her mothers occult.
The famous line fron John Lennon's song 'IMAGINE' states: 'Imagine there's no Heaven, it's easy if you try, No Hell below us.....above us only sky......"
Let's just Imagine pure evil that has knowledge. Imagine facing an immortal fear that cannot die by mortal hands. Imagine being trapped in a place where there is no escape from this immortal evil. Imagine darkness and blackness surrounding you. Imagine - BLACK FRIDAY. - JAMES D. WATKINS
(this video-movie was inspired by; KILLER PARTY(1986) & TRILOGY OF TERROR-1975)
BLACK FRIDAY - Stars: Vince Mirabile, Samantha Stonecipher, Ashley Aponte & Isa Karbel. Produced by - ODYSSEY WORKS, ECLIPSE ENTERPRISES, PHOENIX PRODUCTIONS & VCR THEATRE. Written and directed by James D. Watkins. Special-effects by; iDESIGN & XINEOHP.
"Genius is our birthright and mediocrity is self-imposed" - John Nosta from his TEDX talk