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This film is about the Chancelor family. The mother (Maggie) and her son (Cole) head off after saying goodbye to Cole's father only to have an accident near a country farm. They are found by a farmer called Lukas Walton who takes them to his farm and they are never seen by the father again. It's now 8 years later and the father gets a call from someone who claims to be his son Cole. So the father hires an ex detective to go back to the County where his family went missing. But the Detective finds that there's something more than just a missing persons case here. He also thinks that the local Sheriff (Doug Bradley) is keeping something from him. Lukas is raising Cole as his own son, and things escalate from there. But what has happened to the mother Maggie? Written by
Michael Hallows Eve
I've seen many positive reviews on here and as someone who wanted to like this movie, I know that these reviews are bogus, obviously written by Grillo himself, his wife (whose acting in the movie is perhaps the most hideous performance ever seen in any film...ever) and their family & friends. The movie is bad. No. It's the worst! Ever! The direction is amateurish, the cinematography is haphazard at best, the acting (especially that of Carmela Hayslett-Grillo) is horrendous and the soundtrack is senseless. All in all, it's the worst movie I have ever seen....literally. None have ever been any worse than this. The director takes to the internet to attack anyone who dares to say that they didn't like the movie, so basically he attacks anyone who doesn't lie to him and tell him that his movie is good. He has even compared himself to the likes of David Cronenberg and David Lynch on his Facebook page! And he was serious. He sees himself as a visionary film maker in the mold of Lynch, John Waters and Cronenberg. You're a rebel alright, Mr. Grillo, as you rebel against what a film is supposed to be; watchable! He even posts copy & pastes of Redbox reviews on his FB page, mocking those who are honest by saying that the film is crap! The man is proud that his film is always out of stock in RedBox machines near his home area of Philadelphia. Now I ask you, is it something to be proud of that, because of a DVD cover that may make one believe that a movie may be good, it's always being rented for a whopping $1.29? or whatever RedBox charges? (To be honest I don't use them, so I'm not sure what they charge however I know it's a very small fee!) Those same people who have dropped their $2.00 maximum (In case I'm a bit off on my guess as to what they charge per rental) are surely angry that they chose to rent Deer Crossing rather than buy a Big Mac at McDonalds or play the Skill Crane at the WalMart a few times to waste that money. The latter would have been a far better use of the money than renting Deer Crossing, obviously!
As for the bogus reviews and attacks by Mr. Grillo right here on IMDb, it's a shame to see this kind of conduct, amateurish behavior, plague a respectable site like IMDb. I believe that IMDb needs to find a way to disallow bogus films from even being listed here, or perhaps they could create a separate section for do-it-yourself homemade movies.
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