In late summer of 2011, five young friends on a road trip went missing after being attacked by nomadic cannibals in a huge RV. Video was recorded by the victims & recovered by police as evidence in their still-unsolved murders.
Victor Zinck Jr.
During the final weekend before he deploys to Iraq, Colin Hanson undergoes a crisis of identity, family, and faith. He searches for solid ground but his childhood home provides no sanctuary... See full summary »
Donner Pass has a well-known and macabre history - the place where George Donner and his party got stuck in the winter of 1846 and were forced to resort to cannibalism to keep from starving. But what if it wasn't just history?
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The church scene was filmed in Baker Memorial United Methodist Church, which is a few blocks from the Hotel Baker in downtown St. Charles. Both buildings were built by Col. Edward Baker, a prominent local citizen. Col. Baker also helped fund the construction of the St. Charles Municipal Center, the white-tower building that is prominently featured in the film. See more »
This movie is a fantastic thriller! There are unexpected twists and turns that make your mind go crazy. It is not your typical bloody, gory, slice-em-up movie. The movie has a limited number of main characters which really helps the audience feel like a part of the show. You'll feel the fear along with the characters. The closeness inside the vehicle was so enhanced by the angles and closeness of the cameras to the actors.
Four of the main characters in the movie are teens. The movie was written to reflect today's teen...the cell phones, the texting, the vocabulary and language used between them. Pleasantly, there was not use of the vulgarity of the f-bomb! All of these details made me feel like they were kids who lived right down the street.
"Munger Road" will force your mind to draw conclusions, wonder what's going to happen next, and even make you want to yell at the characters: "Don't!" Even better, this movie has been a focus of much discussion and disagreement among movie-goers a month after the first screening. It is truly a mind-jogging thriller worth seeing over and over again!
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