As Trevor drifts through Texas on collision course with a nightmare he is still haunted by the evils of the war he recently returned from and a promise he failed to keep. When a stranger ... See full summary »
As Trevor drifts through Texas on collision course with a nightmare he is still haunted by the evils of the war he recently returned from and a promise he failed to keep. When a stranger offers a ride, Trevor finds himself battling the brutal homegrown evil of the Broderick family at Hoboken Hollow,a remote West Texas ranch that many visit but few ever leave. Written by
This film is very documentary . It takes you out of your comfort zone and drops you in the middle of hell. The film places the audience in the lives of people that were actually tortured. I know a lot of people go to see movies for an escape, some go to be entertained, some go for fun. Not to forget those few of us that go to a film to see a bit of truth that is brought by an artistic point of view. This film left me with the most gut wrenching feeling that I've ever had. I felt such sadness for the poor victims that actually went through this torturous experience. I really admire the film makes that went out on a limb to make his film. I"m sure they knew ahead of time that viewers would give them grief that they didn't put ten half naked models running around screaming with their hands in the air. I'm sure some viewers were upset when a guy didn't jump out from behind the door and say boo...
To wrap this up, if you are an intelligent person and want to see what an actual horror film is all about, then this picture is right up your alley. It's probably the only film I've seen where I was actually scared for the victims.
Strong content so be warned.
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