HORROR SOCIETY:

"'Charlie's Farm' director to grow some 'Jowls.' Jowls is in the early stages of pre-production with the script being written by Kamal John Iskander who previously penned Patricia Chica’s 'A Tricky Treat.'"

 

FILM THREAT:

"'Jesus Comes To Town' is black and white neo-noir glory...this short film is a delight to behold."

 

indieWIRE:

"...filmmaker Patricia Chica to present her darkly comic short,'Ripe and Bloody' (A Tricky Treat) to be included in this anthology of films from some of the most innovative, unique, and irreverent female directors from across the globe."

 

FANGORIA:

"(A Tricky Treat) is deliciously vile."

 

STARBURST MAGAZINE:

"8/10 stars. Indeed, writer Kamal John Iskander understands the often fine line between comedy and horror and how to blur and blend the two...A Tricky Treat subverts suburbia better in three minutes than any hackneyed Tim Burton feature."

 

THE MOVIE GUYS:

"Iskander provided a unique horror story with a bizarre metaphor."

 

THE SCREAM REVIEW:

"(A Tricky Treat) is a small yet perfectly narrated story."

 

UK HORROR SCENE:

"Aesthetically wonderful, a fantastic story, and quite literally eye popping effects make 'A Tricky Treat' an absolute joy."

 

FILM CLASSICS VIRGIN:

"(A Tricky Treat) is gorey, disturbing, and the payoff is perfect!"

 

HORROR MOVIES UNCUT:

"(A Tricky Treat) is a dainty little treat"

 

HORROR CABIN:

"(A Tricky Treat) does more in the short time given it than some movies do in 90 minutes. It’s visceral, bloody, creepy and has a certain delicious ending that just freaked me out!"

 

ZOMBIEPRANK.COM:

"You’re gonna love the TWILIGHT ZONE-esque ending!!"