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Adam Kenneth Wilson,
As Jon (Shawn Welling and Michael Biehn) and Joy Ford (Tory Tompkins) move into the small town of DarkHorse, mysterious and supernatural occurrences threaten to tear the town apart. Teenage girl abductions and a chain of serial killings force good ol' boy Sheriff McElroy (Lee Majors and Larry Wade Carrell), the town's rugged symbol of justice, to use any means necessary to keep his beloved town from tumbling into chaos, and when Joy's nieces (Chachi Gonzales and Presley Bishop) are kidnapped, they must race to find the abductor, and in turn come face to face with a monster.
Many are already familiar with this tragic story. What we have here is a dumbed down version of the multitude action films of "she got my little girl films" .
This is a movie review so it's best not to get into opinions here, although it isn't easy with such a delicate, tragic and controversial topic as young kids getting high jacked.
What I will say is that there are two sides to every story and not to believe that evil is always bad. I recommend considering this concept to be the strong point of the movie before forming a concrete opinion overall of this film.
The movie itself is average. It has the look and feel of a well made TV movie. The subject matter is very complex and obviously dumbed down a little for the audience.
I must admit that I was impressed with the casting.
Good casting. Average production. A few nice shots.
Overall, if you are looking for a fresh look on Good vs Evil, this one not that bad at all.
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