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The Shunned (2005)

After a family is murdered near a remote western town, a US Federal Marshall is sent to investigate... See full synopsis »

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(as Chris Downs)

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(story), (screenplay)
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Sheriff Davis
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Marshall Prewitt (as Adam Gaitan)
Deb Keeney ...
Sam
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Chris Berger ...
Jim
Robert P. Campbell ...
Judge Harding
Charles Cline ...
Clint Westwood
Rhonda Colbertson ...
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Sami Jo Colbertson ...
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Robert Culbertson ...
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Raymond Dodd ...
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Alex Downs ...
Williams
Pilate Downs ...
Children
Jim Erickson ...
James Parker
Melanie Erickson ...
Dead Girl
Jeremy Everts ...
James Parker
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After a family is murdered near a remote western town, a US Federal Marshall is sent to investigate... See full synopsis »

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Friday the 13th meets Unforgiven.


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Rated R for violence and some nudity
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4 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Not good, and in a not good way.
3 February 2007 | by (Raleigh, NC, USA) – See all my reviews

This film is t'urble. The story is minimal, the acting is decent for a high school drama club, and the cinematography is all over the place. What's worst, though, is the sound. Every actor mumbles his/her lines and the whole thing sounds like it was recorded with a single cheap microphone placed on the floor. The mechanical noise and rumble are so bad that I had to turn off my subwoofer while I was watching it. It obviously couldn't be redubbed due to budget constraints, so it remains almost incomprehensible in some parts. The blood is second-rate and the boobs are minimal (contrary to some other comments), being either viewed through lace curtains or belonging to the recently deceased. The director tries to be artsy in some of the establishing shots, but just comes across as annoying. The whole project is third-rate.


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