Brad keeps having visions of a stranger, and possibly his own death. These visions slowly start to become true as the stranger appears to Brad, while being chased by a band of militia men ... See full summary »

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Bond Allred ...
Young Brad in Flashback
Han Allred ...
Older Brother in Flashback
Kelby Allred ...
Little sister in flashback
Mike Allred ...
The Twelfth Man
Michael Bloomfield ...
Militia Man 'Red?'
Matt Brundage ...
Brad
Tim Butler ...
Red Cap Militia Man
Matthew Clark ...
Militia Man with bandaged face
Amanda Erekson ...
Monica
Miranda Erekson ...
Miriam
Randall Erekson ...
Mel
Drew Johnson ...
2-Gunned Militia Man
Kay Koffler ...
Loretta
Bonnie Lyman ...
Kristin
Daniel Palin ...
1st Gunned Militia Man
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Brad keeps having visions of a stranger, and possibly his own death. These visions slowly start to become true as the stranger appears to Brad, while being chased by a band of militia men who are seeking revenge after the stranger kills one of their friends in self-defense. Brad slowly starts to realize who the stranger is as they fight against the militia men. The movie is interwoven into the comic book, Red Rocket 7. Written by Aaron Pyle

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"AND NEAR THE END OF ALL THINGS, BEFORE THE BEATIFIC, WILL COME THE TWELFTH MAN." -- REVELATION


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blech
24 May 2004 | by (Ontario) – See all my reviews

I tried to like this movie. I really did. But as much as it had a lot of potential, it was ultimately disappointing.

I appreciated the attempt at an image-heavy (as opposed to dialogue-heavy) film, but I just didn't get it. From what I understand from reading other info about it, there's a comic book to go with it. I think this film should have been given more stand-alone value.

The acting was terrible, and the pace was far too slow, even for a film of this nature. I understood a lot of what was going on, but there was too little information about the mysterious character himself, and too much useless flashback of the other guy. How did his sister die? It's obvious she dies, but never clearly explained.

I like indie films, but sometimes making one too ambiguous just completely leaves the audience out of the loop, no matter how beautiful it looks. And it's really hard to enjoy a movie that way.


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