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Devil’s Five Review

Nick Girimonte on far right led his documentary team to capture Devil’s Five Red Carpet World Premiere

“Working under Terry has always been a pleasure. He’s a wonderful director, mentor, and friend. I had the opportunity to lead the documentary team on the night of the Red Carpet Premiere. The event itself was an incredible experience for my crew and I.  During the shoot, we shot in the theaters to capture some of the work from each film.

Devil’s Five Partners (left to right) Edwin M. Figueroa, Terry R. Wickham, George Brianca

I was blown away by how well put together these films were. Each and everyone of them had special elements, but some stood out more then others.

Screen grab from “Abandoned” shows Wickham’s vision for the suspense-filled segment photographed by Cinematographer Adrian Popescu

Abandoned” by Terry Wickham was my favorite one shown.  First off, the Cinematography on this film was amazing. The direction of the story and actors were spot on. Terry really knows how to get his actors to really fit perfect into the story, like a puzzle piece. The editing of this film was really well done.

I loved how some shots you can see through the DSLR camera while also having the actress in the right side of the frame. Film score on this film was also very beautiful and fit perfectly in this project. I can always learn and take something home after always working with Terry and watching his films.” – Nick Girimonte

Devil’s Five Review

“The Devils Five (aka The Wraparound )”
Really good film. From the acting, directing and the writing is what horror fans want and this film delivered!!!

“Abandoned”
Excellent film. Loved how the director mixed suspense and sexiness in the film. Great performances by the two leads.

“Don’t Say These Words”
This one was one of my favorites to watch. The mixed of horror, humor, the camcorder VHS look the 80’s feel was really entertaining to watch. Great ending by the way! Loved it!

“Choke”
Very unique and different approach on how the film opened up for a horror genre. Wasn’t expecting that. The whole feel and approach of this horror film was extremely entertaining.

“Stash”
Loved it! Keeps you guessing and wondering till the very end! The ending was finger nail bitting to the last frame! – Director Glenn McBride Jr

Review of Devil’s Five Filmmaker

“Our opinions and critiques of the things we experience are rarely more important than the people responsible for those experiences.  So rather than give my opinion of a new movie Devil’s Five, directed by my good friend Terry Wickham, I will review Terry himself.

As always, I continue to be impressed by his determination and fortitude.  Having been privy to a lot of the behind-the-scenes “challenges”, there were many occasions that I believe another director would have thrown his hands in the air and bailed out.

These hurdles only seem to fuel him to persevere.  Lack of funds, entitled actors, reshoots in inclement weather, and a host of people making promises to donate time that never came to fruition were just some of the barriers he experienced.

He devoted much time, energy, and personal resources  to see this “baby” come into the world.  That level of determination, that internal belief that there will be a good outcome in the end, is a rare trait to find in people of late.  In a world of instant gratification,  and the position of “the path of least resistance”, Terry has set himself apart from the pack and forged his own way.

He has an old world work ethic that includes knowing that anything worth doing right requires its due time, and anything worth doing well requires hyperfocus.  Terry puts the love of his craft ahead of the dollars or accolades.  His exuberance is contagious and one cannot help but look at every movie through a directors eye  and really understand its so much more than images on a screen.

I feel fortunate that Terry is my go-to movie partner and I’m a better,  more educated and excited moviegoer than ever before.   As a director, he compels you to pitch in and be a part of his journey because it just seems like a ride worth taking.” – Frank Fuina