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John Will Clay,
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When she received the security message on her phone, the power was out. Motion sensor doesn't work without power. Motion sensor is also connected to her security service. She wouldn't be getting an alert if there's no phone service. Also her security alarm wouldn't be armed anyways with the power out. See more »
I'm usually disgusted by about 45 seconds in on most of the pay service horror offerings. raccoon valley is a nicely done, quietly tense little thriller. this one is absolutely different (and recommended) for a couple of reasons:
1) it's slow and builds. viewing the world from a clueless deaf woman, lost in the shuffle after an evacuation is announced in her town following a plane crash. at first she just goes about her routine, slowly noticing something is different.
2) it's told pretty much from the deaf woman's point of view. what little music there is is quite atmospheric and adds to the tension - sometimes sounding like light wind chimes and sometimes like a heart beating. it is interesting that her memories are presented via sound clips.
I felt the tiniest bit let down at the end, and then i didn't. it seems to fit everything that came before.
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