Alone, and targeted on an isolated farm, 12-year-old Henry finds himself at the center of a maelstrom of terror, and a dark family legacy, when his secretive grandfather dies suddenly in the night.

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Michael Peterson
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Credited cast:
Michael Ironside ... Jacob
Munro Chambers ... Dixon
Luca Villacis ... Henry
Kathleen Munroe ... Mary
Chenier Hundal ... Paul
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Julian Black Antelope ... Lou Chester
Krista Bridges ... Sheriff Connie Munroe
Emily Damberger Emily Damberger ... Waitress
James Hauser James Hauser ... Deputy
Drew Nelson ... Deputy Sherriff Drew
Michael Peterson ... Restaurant farm hand
Marie Zydek ... Woman in Cage
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Alone, and targeted on an isolated farm, 12-year-old Henry finds himself at the center of a maelstrom of terror, and a dark family legacy, when his secretive grandfather dies suddenly in the night.

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trap | farm | maniac | death trap | See All (4) »

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Thriller

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Filmed in Fort Saskatchewan, Alberta, Canada. See more »

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When Dixon is following Henry to the house, it's day, but when he arrives, it's already dark. See more »

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References Call of Duty (2003) See more »

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59 Miles to Jacksonville
Written by Donald Stuart Seigal (as Donald Seigal)
Performed by Kim Clark and Tommy Joe White
Courtesy of APM Music/Sonoton Music GmbH Co KG (ASCAP)
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One of the better B-grade low budget films I've seen in a while
10 October 2018 | by Top_Dawg_CriticSee all my reviews

This film was better than expected. It certainly is no Hollywood blockbuster, but clearly a well made low budget film that used its budget wisely.

The directing was great - especially the camera shots and angles. The cinematography was perfect for the landscape. Even the score was surprisingly great for a B-grade film. The 89 min length was perfect as was the pace. The writing was good, as the tension was constant throughout the story, but I would liked to have seen a bit more 'pow' in certain scenes - maybe more of the creative Home Alone antics.

Nevertheless, novice director/writer Michael Peterson who's resume is mostly short films and documentaries did an outstanding job with this film.

Aside from well known actor Michael Ironside, the rest of the cast are pretty much C-listers as I've never heard of them. All performed quite well, with the exception of Chenier Hundal as the dad who I felt was too bland and seemed as if this was his first acting role.

Otherwise a very good film that I do recommend. An honest and well deserved 8/10 from me.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 October 2018 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Knuckleball See more »

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775 Media Corp See more »
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