Novice director and pro snowboarder York Shackleton was better behind the camera than he was directing his cast, and the premise behind the story by amateur writer Chuck Hustmyre was good, but the screenplay certainly needed some fine-tuning. Nevertheless, the whole taking-over-the-small-town concept was quite intriguing. Sure there were some cheesy moments and some plot and technical issues, but remember, this was written by a newb, and I've seen much worse lately from seasoned writers. The pacing was decent, although some scenes were slacking, but the 91min run-time was on point. And for a b-grade film, the score was actually good and well placed. Casting was actually not bad, although Guy Pearce needed to be more awake than the dull he was, but everyone else played their roles good, even WWE diva Barbie Blank. This film is certainly better than the current 3.7, and not deserving of the two other review ratings of 1/10. At least the producers didn't upvote their film with fake reviews, and that I respect, and should alone be the reason not to give this film 1's and 2's. You really want to see a film deserving of 1's and 2's, see the movie I saw before this one, Nation's Fire (2019), and you will see what bad acting, directing and writing really looks like. For a b-grade film by new filmmakers, I actually enjoyed it, and is worthy of my 6/10. To see more of my 1000+ ratings and 800+ reviews, click on my username.