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Sugar Creek (2007)

Not Rated | | Western | 24 July 2007 (USA)
Sugar Creek is a low budget film, unlike anything you have ever seen. Part fairy tale/morality tale. Part Horror/ Western. The story of Adam, as he is hunted by a mysterious Horseman ... See full summary »

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Dustin Alford ...
Young Adam
Jeff Bailey ...
Abe McGovern
Jackson Burns ...
Man On Tree
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Jimmy
Jason T. Davis ...
McKinney
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Sherrif Worton
Jake Glascock ...
Kevin
M.D. Graham ...
Bartender
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Lawrence
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Saul
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The Old Fence Builder
Elle Johnson ...
Danielle Malory
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Kane St. Clair
Daniel Kruse ...
Adam Stanton
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Pete St. Clair
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Sugar Creek is a low budget film, unlike anything you have ever seen. Part fairy tale/morality tale. Part Horror/ Western. The story of Adam, as he is hunted by a mysterious Horseman through a valley where men do hateful things because they've had hateful things done to them, is the story of revenge and redemption, and the irony in between. Written by Anonymous

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...and the beast said, "come and see."

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The soundtrack was recorded by The Arkansas Symphony and was conducted by the composer David Itkin. See more »

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This Movie Sucks
21 August 2007 | by See all my reviews

I don't know if it was the writer or the director but this movie made no sense. What I saw was a bunch of stories that were not tied together and had no ending. Whoever is responsible must be a genius who makes movies for other geniuses but the average person will be very disappointed. These stories were interesting enough but each one led to nowhere. Some narration might have helped but to leave the viewer with his own imagination with the clues that were offered was a total waste of anyones imagination. What I saw made no sense to me as one who likes to watch varied movies. The actors were not at fault as each one of them did what was required and each was convince-able. Any one who would make a movie that has no discernible story line should be barred from the movie industry. This was undoubtedly one of the worse movies I have ever had the unfortunate experience of watching.


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