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Red Velvet

Red Velvet film poster
Directed by Bruce Dickson
Produced by Jim McConville
Sean Fernald
Ari Citak
Joe Moe
Written by Anthony Burns
Joe Moe
Starring Henry Thomas
Kelli Garner
Natalia Baron
Eric Jungmann
Forrest J Ackerman
Cinematography Jim Dickson
Editing by Jonathan Alvord, Michael Mees
Studio Ulalume Films
Distributed by 3Mac Studios
Release date(s) August 28, 2009 (2009-08-28)
Running time 87 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Red Velvet is a 2009 American independent horror film ditrected by Bruce Dickson and written by Anthony Burns and Joe Moe. The film stars Henry Thomas and Kelli Garner[1] and is the final film of Forrest J Ackerman.[2]



A man meets a young woman, leading to a tale wherein a man in a white suit kills everyone at a birthday party.

Partial cast


Thomas M. Sipos of Hollywod Investigator wrote that it is a slasher film but not quite a horror film. And of the film's protagonist, wrote "He's psychotic, but he's also vulnerable, literate, and identifiable. He has more common with the suspense psychos of Psycho and Frenzy than with the superhuman psychos of Halloween and its progeny.".[1] Dred Central wrote that "Henry Thomas yet again proves to be one of those hidden gems", and that "Red Velvet is deranged and inspired in equal measures, sometimes both at the same time."[3]

Legal controversy

It is alleged that film producers Jim McConville and Nicole McConville were involved in a series of real estate scams and that the film itself was funded from these proceeds. The producers and 3Mac Productions are under investigation by state and federal authorities and several victims are suing the studio.[4]


  1. ^ a b Sipos, Thomas M. (October 26, 2009). "Red Velvet, or, My Dinner With A Slasher". Hollywood Investigator. Retrieved 04 December 2009.  
  2. ^ "Forrest J Ackerman filmography". Retrieved 04 December 2009.  
  3. ^ "review: Red Velvet". Dread Central. Retrieved 04 December 2009.  
  4. ^ Noyes, Dan (6 July 2009). "Father, daughter accused of real estate fraud". KGO-TV. Retrieved 28 December 2009.  

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