11.22.63 (2016)
8.6/10
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The Kill Floor 

In an attempt to commit one act which could make a difference, Jake remains in Holden, where he tries to prevent Harry Dunning's father from doing the unthinkable. However, the past has other ideas.

Director:

Frederick E.O. Toye (as Frederick O.E. Toye)

Writers:

Bridget Carpenter (developed for television by), Stephen King (based on the novel by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
James Franco ... Jake Epping
Sarah Gadon ... Sadie Dunhill (credit only)
George MacKay ... Bill Turcotte
Kevin J. O'Connor ... Yellow Card Man (credit only)
Josh Duhamel ... Frank Dunning
Chris Cooper ... Al Templeton
Michael O'Neill ... Arliss Price
Annette O'Toole ... Edna Price
Jadon Clews ... Earl
Joanna Douglas ... Doris Dunning
Jack Fulton ... Young Harry Dunning
Cody Gallant Cody Gallant ... Little Brother
Martha Girvin ... Barfly #1
Chris Handfield ... Security Guard
Kim Horsman Kim Horsman ... Lois
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Storyline

Thrown by the enormity of his goal, Jake decides the one thing he can do to make a real difference is save the family of his friend Harry Dunning. Harry's family was murdered in a small Kentucky town by Harry's out-of-control father, Frank. But does Jake have what it takes to kill a man and what are the consequences of violence, even against someone as dangerous as Frank?

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Country:

USA

Language:

English | Russian

Release Date:

22 February 2016 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Dunnville, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

16:9 HD
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Trivia

Michael O'Neill, who plays Arliss Price in this episode, has also appeared in adaptations of two of Stephen King's stories: The Shining (1997) as Dr. Daniel Edwards and Dreamcatcher (2003) as General Matheson. See more »

Goofs

The wooded scenes in Holden, Kentucky supposedly take place in October, yet all the trees still have all their leaves. By October, in Kentucky, the deciduous trees are bare. See more »

Quotes

Frank Dunning: [after Jake takes a swig of moonshine] Don't you go spitting that out. I made it fresh this morning.
Jake Epping: I hope you cleaned the bathtub out beforehand.
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Connections

References Donnie Darko (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

Oh Dale
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Performed by Bobby & The Demons
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Compensate for the 1/10
1 April 2019 | by scottkurschSee all my reviews

I can understand the public having a problem with insensitive animal killings, but standing up for a cause has absolutely NOTHING to do with TV production quality, acting, or any artistic performance. If we graded all films, TV Series, or any on-screen production based on its moral content, then the majority of genres would be rated garbage and unacceptable.

Depicting truth on-screen is not always pleasant but that doesn't mean it's a trash production. In fact, reality is often more harsh than what's depicted on-screen. Every horror film deserves a 1/10 ? Crime shows ? The infinite displays of infidelity ? Any story with horrible truths, no matter how well produced and acted, should automatically receive a poor rating ? Where do you draw your line ? Kidnapping, murder, and adultery are suitable for viewing but animal cruelty is not ? Humanity must be confused.

Viewers need to understand how reviews work. You are NOT rating the morality of the content on a scale of 1 to 10. You are rating the quality of the film making, the storylines, the acting and the script writing. In actuality, evoking such emotional response most likely indicates the product was of the highest quality.

Attempting to discredit an episode based on support of animal rights or a scene being too realistic is not only unfair and self-righteous, but defiles and taints the rating process. There are some very unfortunate truths in life that are difficult to accept and I don't think a film or TV production should be penalized for portraying those truths, especially when it is relevant or important to the story and character development. The 1/10 user review based on animal cruelty needs to be discarded and omitted from the rating.


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