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Population 436 (2006)
Census taker visits creepy small town, and discovers their secret... too late?
This is a well-written, but low-budget suspense story. If you're looking for huge visual effects or a 'big Hollywood' movie, you should avoid this film. If you want a low-budget movie that rises above it's meager funding, with good acting, a good script, and a really interesting story, check this Canadian movie out. Filmed in Manitoba, Canada, this film is a new take on such cult (pun intended) movies as 'Rosemary's Baby', and "Race With the Devil'. The movie is more reminiscent of the latter picture in terms of funding, but somehow delivers an interesting build-up of suspense worthy of "Rosemary's Baby'. Jeremy Sisto is a real talent and plays the lead in this small movie very convincingly. The locations in Manitoba, as mentioned earlier, are very well shot, and the movie has beautiful cinematography. The ending is classic horror, without the usual Hollywood upbeat ending, where everyone ends up alright. All in all, this movie is a really good modern horror movie, paying homage to some earlier demon/cult movies of the past; well worth a watch.
One of the greatest American movies ... ever.
A true classic! Anyone who is a fan of movies must see this film. Simply one of the best movies of all time. Bogart at his absolute best. Great casting (reuniting Bogart, Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet, who played together so well in ' Tha Maltese Falcon', was brilliant). Absolutely one of my favorites. One of Bogart's most sympathetic characters, in one of the most quoted (and misquoted) movies of all-time. Simply fantastic movie-making from a great era in American cinema. This movie, and Bogart's character of 'Rick' most notably, are reminiscent of other great genres of American cinema of the time, like film noir and the hard-boiled detective story (of which Bogart was a mainstay at the time). Anyone who considers his or herself a fan of love stories, drama, or American cinema (or nostalgia) must see this movie. It is the quintessential 40's American movie.