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Meet Me There (2014)

Not Rated | | Drama, Horror, Thriller | 4 April 2014 (USA)
A new horror/suspense film from the minds of director, Lex Lybrand and writer, Brandon Stroud. based on the real-life stories and the nightmares of Destiny Talley.

Director:

Phillip Lybrand (as Lex Lybrand)

Writers:

Brandon Stroud, Destiny D Talley (story)
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Credited cast:
Lisa Friedrich Lisa Friedrich ... Ada
Micheal Foulk Micheal Foulk ... Calvin
Dustin Rhodes ... Preacher Woodward (as Dustin Runnels)
John Gholson John Gholson ... Man #2
Jack Jameson Jack Jameson ... Man #1
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Leva Bates ... Druid #3
Alexandria Berry Alexandria Berry ... Del (Ada's mother)
Amy Birkhead Amy Birkhead ... Car Rental Clerk
Chelsea Bonham Chelsea Bonham ... Corpse in Church
Evan Gelistico Evan Gelistico ... Druid #2
Jayna Hackel Jayna Hackel ... Young Ada
Brady James Brady James ... Bartender
David Laurence David Laurence ... Uncle Davis
Angelus Layne Angelus Layne ... Druid #6 (Fox)
Phillip Lybrand Phillip Lybrand ... Man with the Jewelry Box (as Lex Lybrand)
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Storyline

After several years of sexual dysfunction, Ada and her boyfriend, Calvin travel to her hometown in rural Oklahoma in hopes of piecing together her fragmented childhood memories. They find their answers, but can they find their way back home? Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Horror | Thriller

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Not Rated

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Trivia

The Cast and Crew are huge fans of Pro-Wrestling. The result is that much of the wardrobe consists of wrestling shirts from WWE and Independent wrestling promotions. Shirts from WWE's Daniel Bryan and Chikara's Ultramantis Black are among the various shirts that can be seen throughout. See more »

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Spin-off The Trolls (2016) See more »

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Don't Bother Going There
22 August 2015 | by gordon_rcvsSee all my reviews

The start of this film is so, so good and offers up the promise of a cheap but inventive psycho-horror. This proves not to be the case. Far from it, in fact.

Where to begin? Everything is shoddy! The acting is stilted with the lead actress in particular failing to match her emotions with the events occurring around her. The plodding, inane dialogue becomes an endurance test in unnecessarily long scenes. The director clearly has no idea how to use a camera to tell a story - his 'style' is a perfunctory point-and-shoot approach with some bad shot choices, awkward framing etc. The audio is terrible with much of the dialogue dubbed over.

Here's the perfect encapsulation of how clumsily and poorly put together this film is: you can hear the director call "Action!" at the start of one shot. How the hell do you make that sort of mistake?! How incompetent do you have to be to not catch that?

I won't say much on the plot because I'm not sure what the f*** was going on. I can deconstruct and explain the likes of Lynch's 'Lost Highway' and Kaufman's 'Synedoche, New York' with the best of them but I'm clueless as to what the muddled mess of an ending was about and nothing short of a loaded gun is gonna get me to go back and watch it again.

Ignore the high praise of the early reviewers. They're clearly friends and family of the film makers. Not only do many of them have the same location as the film makers (Texas) but they've also signed up just to review this film and talk it up as if it's the Second Coming of horror. It's not. It's truly awful.


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4 April 2014 (USA) See more »

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Austin, Texas, USA

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