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House on Rodeo Gulch (2018)

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A mother and daughter fight a minister for possession of their new home.

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... Denise Peterson
... Shani Peterson (as Megan Jay Simrell)
Jaye Wolfe ... James
Adrian Torres ... Raul
... Sheriff Taylor
Mitch Costanza ... Bill Peterson
... Bob
... George
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Uprooted from her childhood home in Texas by her father's new job, sixteen-year-old Shani Peterson moves to California with her new step-mom, Denise. Their new home, located deep in the redwoods of Central California is a dream come true - until it's not. With an over friendly Reverend and his alcoholic assistant as their only neighbors, Shani and Denise must unearth the haunting mysteries of the house, and its history, before they lose their home, or lives. Written by WSS

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1 July 2018 (USA)  »

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Very interesting movie!
28 August 2016 | by See all my reviews

The first thing I'll say is that I'm not going to spoil a single thing about this film because everyone deserves the chance to see it as I did - without a clue to the answer of the mystery. I actually had very little idea what kind of a film I was in for with "House on Rodeo Gulch". Yes it was made on a lower budget than what the big studios would spend but the story and acting are what carries this through.

I love nothing more than a well created mystery where the audience is left in the same confused state as the main character/s which in this case are a young teenage daughter and her new step mom living together for the first time after the mother's wedding.

The script is the star of the show never giving away more than needs to be told or shown adding mystery to the audience. Both women are likable and as the story unfolds we find out the daughter, having come from a military father is really kickass when the stakes are down.

I can't say enough about how much I enjoyed this film. I think it helps when you go in with no real expectations and then just out of nowhere you find yourself enjoying the hell out of it. As previously stated I won't give anything away. All that's really left to say in that case is see this film.


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