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A lonely tow-truck driver gets caught in a deadly struggle between a pair of bank robbers with a beautiful hostage, local cops, and a monster that has come down from the Arizona mountains to eat human flesh. Written by
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One of the best made for network movies I've watched
First, I knew what I was getting into. A made for network movie is not going to have Blockbuster $$$ to wow the audience. Therefore, it is unfair to use the same 1-to-10 ranking that one would use for a theater movie. I get this one an 8 for made for network movies.
What I liked: 1.) What the film director and crew did with the lighting and camera angles was pretty interesting. The early scenes shoot outdoors have a glowing feel. The actors faces are very natural and I felt I could see inside them and relate to their situations. This helped to setup the story for me.
2.) If you've ever been hunting or even just stopped in a small town in the middle of nowhere USA, you can almost feel an aura of mystery and legend in your bones. These towns have legends and lore's with personal accounts that are neither proved or disproved true. This movie captures this wonderfully.
Only dislike: Without spoiling (I hope), I couldn't really see all the gun action. Several robbers and criminals come through THIS town. What criminals would pick this place? It took away from item 2.) above. That kind of stuff seems too far fetched. But, it is a science FICTION movie and it's not supposed to necessarily mimic reality. Plus, there had to be some way to get the main actors in the same town. How else would the plot make any sense.
Good movie...check it out! Hat's off to Mr. Monroe and I can never get enough of Henrikson.
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