On the last working day of Sheriff Wayne, his small town is attacked by blood thirsty ravens that eat human flesh. Meanwhile his wife Cynthia visits a farm where a Mennonite family lives to say farewell to her friend Gretchen and discloses a dark secret about the origin of the fierce ravens.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
On emergency vehicles, the lettering is usually backwards so as to be read by a vehicle in front of it. The Bronco's "Emergency 911" is written standard. Of course, this town has cops in very loose jeans about to fall off, so maybe the nuances of lettering aren't a priority! See more »
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If this wasn't a made-for-TV production, then I wouldn't even give it a 3. It could've been good, but it was ruined by belabouring many obvious plot points, to make sure that everyone "got it". OK, I got it, I don't need it rubbed into my face.
Being a Canadian production, it was annoying that they tried to hide this fact and pretend it was American. Things like a mailbox with "US Mail" written on it. Not fooling anybody, better to be what it really is.
The CGI birds were transparently fake.
There were too many overly irritating characters, the kind you always find in schmaltzy American dramas. I don't know who started that trend, but I was just hoping it was mercifully running out. Oh, well.
Don't believe any of the reviews here that say it's brilliant. It's not. I had trouble staying awake to the end. No scares here.
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