Movie Review: Intinction (2022)

Published 08/18/22

by Marcus Rude

(Intinction poster art)

Intinction is a short horror film made in 2022 written and directed by Bobby Canipe Jr. (Mom n’ Pop: The Indie Video Store Boom of the 80s/90s, Adjust Your Tracking, Shark Exorcist 2) in which this will be undoubtedly wedged into the Nun-Splatter genre with nods from the gore-hounds of horror.

Intinction will be apart of Donald Farmer‘s (RED LIPS, CANNIBAL HOOKERS, SAVAGE VENGEANCE, SHARK EXORCIST, DEBBIE DOES DEMONS) Nundead: Cannibals of The Cloth horror anthology film along with other “Nun” related horror segments.

Intinction is about four young adults venturing into an old house on the edge of town that was once the home of three nuns that cannibalized the rest of the convent, The young adventurous group have no idea what they are about to get themselves into and that the spirits of the cannibalistic nuns have returned.

My thoughts on this film is that Intinction is demented, extremely gory, and even hilarious at times if you dig the cheesy-campy side of horror. But don’t get fooled, this film has some very disturbing and creepy cinematography shots with great effects and a well done score to push the creepiness even further.

Intinction‘s cast includes Morrigan Thompson (DEBBIE DOES DEMONS, THE HOUSE THAT EATS FLESH, upcoming Killer Campout Part II), Cagney Larkin (Mom n’ Pop: The Indie Video Store Boom of the 80s/90s, Babe Beach), and Blair Hoyle (The House Among the Trees, Weredeer, Night Whispers) to name a few.

Look for Intinction to be at various festivals starting with Tiny Terror Con on October 15th.

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