Penance Lane was definitely light years ahead of the production company's first outing, the garbage that was Compound Fracture. I had seen that film from Mane Entertainment a few years back and had so many issues with it, which was a shame because I really like Mr. Mane's overall body of work. Other then the cast it was just so amateur. Whatever they did for this one, worked and in a big way! Penance Lane is a breathe of fresh air inserted into the indie horror scene. From the story to the overall production value I was enthralled from beginning to end, it had a gritty charm about it that I can't quite put my finger on. The performances were top notch and the action was also there. Dare I say it? If they keep it up and follow whatever they did for this movie, I can't wait to see what Tyler Mane and Mane Entertainment brings to the table next!
A hardened criminal fresh out of the joint takes a job as a handyman in a dilapidated house; but the twisted horrors he finds inside are enough to send anyone running. So why does he stay? And why are so many people drawn to Penance Lane?
April 25, 2020