Frightfest: The Black Mass (2023)

January 14th, 1978. While a mysterious man shaves, a warped voiceover explains how murderers have no identifiable features, which means that anybody in your life could be demonic. That chilling realisation lingers as the unnamed man (Andy Sykes), walks into a store intending to charm people, pick their pockets, and find his next victim. Unfolding over a single day, Devanny Pinn makes her directorial debut with this chilling feature inspired by true events, working off a screenplay written by Eric Pereira and Brandon Slagle.

My review of The Black Mass is now available to read at The Geek Show.