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Body at Brighton Rock (2019)

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A park ranger spends the night guarding a potential crime scene on a remote mountain trail.


Roxanne Benjamin
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Credited cast:
Karina Fontes ... Wendy
Casey Adams ... Red
Emily Althaus ... Maya
Miranda Bailey ... Sandra
Martin Spanjers ... Davey
Matt Peters ... Kevin
Susan Burke ... Coroner
John Getz ... Sheriff
Brodie Reed ... Craig
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
John F. Beach ... Chip
Ariana Campyloptera Ariana Campyloptera ... Stoner Girl
Theresa Desautels Theresa Desautels ... Ranger
Ben Fee Ben Fee ... Ranger
Elsbeth Mumm Elsbeth Mumm ... Ranger


Wendy, a part-time summer employee at a mountainous state park, takes on a rough trail assignment at the end of the season, trying to prove to her friends that she's capable enough to do the job. When she takes a wrong turn and ends up deep in the backcountry, she stumbles upon what might be a potential crime scene. Stuck with no communication after losing her radio and with orders to guard the site, Wendy must fight the urge to run and do the harder job of staying put - spending the night deep in the wilderness, facing down her worst fears and proving to everyone - including herself - that she's made of stronger stuff than they think she is.

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for language and some bloody images | See all certifications »

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When Wendy is looking through her bag on the mini mountain, her spare water bottle rolls off the edge. See more »

User Reviews

Body and Brighton Rock: a Redbox flick at its finest.
24 April 2019 | by ogilviedsSee all my reviews

Despite a Giallo aesthetic that doesn't suit the premise or setting, a one-dimensional and incompetent protagonist who's inexplicably superhuman when the plot requires her to be, abrupt shifts in tone and pacing, ongoing jump scares that are always telegraphed by the score (with only one that garnered any response in the theatre: uproarious laughter), a predictable third act, unresolved plot points that masquerade as red herrings, and a pointless twist ending with no setup, Body and Brighton Rock is actually a very fascinating film: it provides scientific proof of the theory of time dilation. At a mere 87 minutes, it feels like it's four hours long.

I get the sense that the screenplay was little more than a shot list. This is unfortunate, because there's no denying that director Roxanne Benjamin is a competent filmmaker. She attempts to establish her own style by recycling tried-and-true horror tropes, and there's some good ideas here. But technical aptitude is not the same as meaningful storytelling. The film is incredibly thin and would have worked best as a 20min short.

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Release Date:

26 April 2019 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

Idyllwild, California, USA


Box Office

Opening Weekend USA:

$1,732, 28 April 2019

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1.85 : 1
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