Set in the small town of Devil's Gate, North Dakota, the film examines the disappearance of a local woman (Regan) and her young son. Schull plays an FBI agent who helps the local sheriff (Frakes) search for answers. Partnering with a deputy (Ashmore), they track down the missing woman's husband (Ventimiglia) and find that nothing is as it seems.
Clay Staub direction debut. Known for being director assistant in "300" (2006), and Dawn of the Dead (remake) and The Thing (Sequel). See more »
At 1:24 when the car dies it is on a white gravel road but at 1:27 it rolls to a stop on a dark dirt road. See more »
No animals or extraterrestrials were harmed in the making of this film. See more »
Creepy and mysterious with interesting twist.
The film features some really fantastic photography, and also really awesome visuals. The story itself was rather creepy and mysterious. The film was shot almost in monochromatic grey where other colors were not well defined. I'm not sure if this was the intention to blend in with the theme, or if it simply appears that way. The acting in general was good, and I enjoyed the mysterious feel to the film. The film has an interesting twist that changes everything we thought we knew about the father looking for his son...
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