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Gregory A. Greer
A supernatural thriller set in a cozy Tennessee town where Sheriff Jimmy Muldoon and younger brother, Deputy Lloyd Muldoon, have a firm grasp of law and order until a stranger, Denny White, comes to town and horrible things begin to happen. - James Clark, Southern StandardWritten by
James Clark, Southern Standard
The film was originally going to be named "Tenebrous," meaning dark and shadowy. See more »
When Denny sees the figure run across the road, he stops his truck and gets out to look around. Frightened, he gets back in and starts the engine. After the figure appears and puts the cow's head on his hood then disappears, he starts the (already running) engine again before driving away. See more »
Trite thriller inspired no doubt by Stephen King type of stories...
BRAD THORNTON and LOUIS MANDYLOR star in what feels like a Stephen King story about a sheriff (Mandylor) trying to solve the mysterious deaths of townspeople and farm animals in Tennessee who have fallen prey to a blurry dark figure who seems to be impossible to kill.
With phony Southern accents for some cast members and CGI effects that are unworthy of even a made-for-TV thriller, none of it appears to be the least bit convincing. It doesn't help that none of the principal roles are played with any distinction.
Director Joe Bender must be partly to blame but the script is trite, shallow stuff with cardboard characters that have no dimension whatsoever.
Apparently, the scriptwriter ran out of ideas for the ending and leaves everything pretty much unresolved as to the fates of our hero (Thornton) and the town sheriff.
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