BUGS: A Trilogy, Now Available On Amazon Prime

Bugs: A Trilogy Film Review Details DecayMag.com, Simone Kisiel, BUGS

Director: Simone Kisiel

Writer: Alexandra Grunberg

Release Date: Now Available

Release Format: Amazon Prime

MPAA Rating: Not Rated

Genre: Horror

Running Time: 1 hr, 6 min

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Synopsis

A babysitter with a clever and violent ward. A patient who mistrusts the doctor’s orders. A young woman haunted by a malevolent presence. And the terror that ties them all together: BUGS. On their own, spiders, parasites, and bedbugs hold their own private horror for those who are beset by the quiet scuttles and slurps of inhuman creatures. But for Diane, Hannah, and Elena, three varied yet eerily similar women, these bugs represent the larger horrors of paranoia, helplessness, and abandonment. The Bugs Trilogy explores the inequality of the watcher and ward, relationships between mothers and their children, and the measures we are willing to take to protect ourselves from dangers we do not want to comprehend.

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Overview

 

In early 2018 DecayMag provided a film review to a soon to be released Horror anthology from Magic Dog Productions, BUGS A Trilogy. The article reinforced our extensive coverage of the film that includes a trailer first impressions and an exclusive interview with Director Simone Kisiel. BUGS A Trilogy had its world premiere on Friday, October 5th, 2018 at the Women In Horror Film Festival and received a Lizzie Award under the category of Best Director Feature. 

BUGS A Trilogy was also Nominated at WIHFF for Best Score, Best Director, Best Performance and Best Feature Film. This award-winning female horror production from Magic Dog Productions is now available on Amazon Prime. The following is an excerpt from our film review for BUGS A Trilogy.

BUGS: A Trilogy is an anthology of terror filled with disturbing creepy crawlies. Bringing a well-known fear that many people suffer from to the screen. This to be unnerving in a good way. The film aims to surprise and shock the viewer, and some scenes complete this task.

Stacy Cox, Staff Correspondent DecayMag

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