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While this is a made for TV suspense/mystery, the performances are decent and the set atmospheric.
The actor Graham Greene does a good job as local law enforcement, trying to help a young woman solve the murder of her father as his body was found in Shadow Lake. There is an assortment of odd characters, including Frederic Forrest (the war fanatic from "Falling Down").
The location where the film was shot is quite beautiful, and this is a good Halloween movie, similar to "Winter Kill". There are some hotel scenes reminiscent of "The Shining" and the story is at least suspenseful enough where you will be curious to learn the ending.
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