Chesterfield High School basketball practice has ended. One year later the town is still reeling from the massacre of a brutal mischief night murder, but even the statewide curfew won't ... See full summary »
James C. Burns,
Chrissy Leigh Anderson
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Melissa Reneé Martin,
Twenty Years ago the small coastal town of Devils Lake fell victim to a bizarre string of brutal murders. Deputy Jake Barker's parents were among the victims. As suddenly as the killings ... See full summary »
In the wrap around story called "Devil Driver", a creepy truck driver tells a trilogy of terrifying tales to a sexy stranded hitchhiker that include "Dinner Date", "Lot Lizard" and "Mongo ... See full summary »
A story about a bunch of young adults who take their plastic pony obsessions way too far and end up killing people, eating their flesh, and raising the dead. All while prancing around in unicorn outfits and stuff like that.
Melinda Desiree Frye,
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Originally the film was titled, "Farmer Brown", but renamed "Dark Fields" to be more scarier in its marketing. But the new name to "Dark Fields" is a very odd name choice, because the film never has one scene in a field, it largely takes place in a farmhouse. See more »
In the scene where they enter the cellar, when the group goes down the stairs, the shadow of the microphone man is clearly visible. See more »
In the end credits, the word copyright is misspelled as "ccopyright". See more »
Well, the main girl character is easy on the eyes. The movie, however, isn't. I have no idea how this movie made it to Lion's Gate. Poor script, poor characters, poor dialogue, worst psychopath ever, no idea what happened to the driver of the car -- yet, this made it to the video store. Lion's Gate easily spent more money on packaging than it did on the movie. The shots tended to go way too long (i guess they really needed to extend it), the use of slow motion looks choppy. The only way, I mean the only way, this movie would have been interesting if the main female character went topless (it's part of the horror genre). No idea why this movie was rated R, spent the last 5 minutes of the movie on bloopers to extend the movie more, no mention of which concert they were going to, music was flat/no feeling, over-acting or no acting ability, definitely from Canada with the accents, the trucker's beard was fake looking, the only character that acted nicely was the father from the beginning who really did look concerned -- concerned that the movie was going to be bad. I liked the car driver character only because he made me laugh. There were more holes in this story and more lighting problems than I have ever seen in a film. In summary, I feel cheated out of an hour. Lion's Gate should be ashamed of themselves.
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