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Rico Johnson

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Rico Johnson (screenplay), Carl Earhart (co-writer)
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Credited cast:
Sonny Bermudez ... Jenn's Boyfriend
Jerry Boyd ... Coroner
Lane Compton ... Jake
Mekia Cox ... Bree
Scott DeFalco ... Will
Charlize Diaz De Leon ... Kimmy
Carl Earhart Carl Earhart ... Tom
Jestina Earhart Jestina Earhart ... Sara
David Thomas Jenkins ... Chase
Dave Johnson Dave Johnson ... Bum
Rico Johnson ... Zac
Jennifer Klas Jennifer Klas ... Jenn
John A. Lorenz John A. Lorenz ... Desert Man
Leah Miller Leah Miller ... Trisha
Jonathan Nsien Jonathan Nsien ... Devaughn (as Jon Gottem)
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It is a wild ride for Crystal and her friends as they head to the sand dunes of Diamond Mountain for spring break to ride motocross bikes and party with other college students. Along the way they have car problems and are forced to pull off the abandoned road and wait for friends to come by and help. Shortly after waiting on the side of the road they are accompanied by a stranger who offers help to the group. They are afraid at first, but soon the stranger, Hector (Jessie James Young Blood) earns their trust. Through all of their efforts they can't fix their truck. Jake, Devaughn's cousin and one of the guys from the group, offers to head back to town for help. Time passes and there is no sign of any friends or help in sight. As the night falls, they drink around the campfire and tell stories. Amy and Chase decide to head out for a little private time and Hector takes a walk. After an hour passes, Crystal and friends start getting worried about the couple because they had not yet ... Written by Rico Johnson

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After dark you're not alone See more »

Genres:

Horror | Thriller

Certificate:

Not Rated

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Just OK Slasher
14 February 2015 | by arfdawg-1See all my reviews

It is a wild ride for Crystal and her friends as they head to the sand dunes of Diamond Mountain for spring break to ride motocross bikes and party with other college students.

Along the way they have car problems and are forced to pull off the abandoned road and wait for friends to come by and help.

Shortly after waiting on the side of the road they are accompanied by a stranger who offers help to the group. T

hey are afraid at first, but soon the stranger, Hector (Jessie James Young Blood) earns their trust. Through all of their efforts they can't fix their truck. Jake, Devaughn's cousin and one of the guys from the group, offers to head back to town for help.

Time passes and there is no sign of any friends or help in sight. As the night falls, they drink around the campfire and tell stories. Amy and Chase decide to head out for a little private time and Hector takes a walk.

Typical slasher plot.

Surprisingly well filmed, given the lack of budget. But the script is rather dopey and poorly written.The acting is OK except when a girl or two actually look into the camera for no reason.

The background band is horrible.

The movie falls apart very quickly and it's too bad because it COULD have been good. As it stands it's an OK foray into the genre but forgettable.


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Release Date:

3 February 2015 (USA) See more »

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After Dark See more »

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Long Beach, California, USA See more »

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$100,000 (estimated)
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Dolby Digital (RCA Sound Recording)

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16:9 HD
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