Horror.com’s Staci Layne Wilson reviewed the Blu-Ray version of “The Barrens” and had this to say about Stephen Moyer’s performance: “Moyer, hardly the suave or tough Vampire Bill here, puts in a perfect paranoia performance as an unraveling soul. (Sorry though, ladies, he’s make to look very worn out and rough around the edges). The actor does an admirable job of never tipping his hand of whether on he’s crazy or a killer. The question remains, Why would he kill anyone? Surely, it’s the Devil. But just when you start thinking that, Bousman throws in another boomerang twist, making you question your decision. There is no Devil… is there?”
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Director Darren Lynn Bousman also praises Steve’s work, saying in an interview with horror.com: “The entire cast is great, but Moyer really knocked this out of the park. So much of the movie relied on believing Moyer, and his breakdown. I was a fan of TRUE BLOOD, but in my opinion he takes this character to a whole other level. I remember sitting on set at video village, and getting chills as I watched him work. It was truly heartbreaking.”
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If you live in the New Jersey area and would like the opportunity to see “The Barrens” on the big screen, head over to tugg.com to reserve your tickets for the October 18th screening in Cherry Hill, NJ.