Taylor W’s review published on Letterboxd:
Streaming on Shudder now
This is a “found footage” type movie about two guys making a documentary about conspiracy theories and a man named Terrance who they believe knows more than what the world lets on.
They start to interview him and uncover something called the Tarsus Club where it’s a secret society of individuals who are believed to be manipulating certain historical events.
Magically; “Terrance” disappears; and the film makers are actually invited to try to infiltrate the club and see for themselves what’s really going on.
It turns out that there is a secret society that worships and follows strange rituals and gods and do seem to have a knack for the creepy and manipulation of things.
Now the filmmakers have a real issue on their hands.
I really enjoyed this one probably more than I should have. I am a sucker for found footage. I shouldn’t be but I am. I especially the actual twist at the end — those who you think may be crazy actually aren’t crazy; etc.
Aaron Poole yet again shows why he’s going to be a horror icon if he wants too (in addition to Last Will and Testament of Rosalind Leigh and The Void he’s decent in this too)
It comes in at less than 1hr45 so it’s a shortish runtime and that’s always a plus.
Check it out on shudder now.