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Justin P. Lange
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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 »
At just over one hour long, I felt even if I didn't like it, I wouldn't regret at least giving it a try. I wasn't prepared for "Racoon Valley" to be as beautiful as it turned out to be. Filmmaker Turner Clay nailed the atmospherics of a minor, finite apocalypse with bleak-filtered cinematography and ethereal music score.
The story's protagonist is deaf (and mute, apparently?) and as a result isn't immediately alerted to the evacuation/quarantine affecting the town she lives in. She becomes trapped as a perimeter is laid by the military around the town to keep anyone from getting in or out. When she realizes exactly what she's up against it becomes clear she can fend for herself and seems to have the ability to control her fear. I liked that. Now...
>small town exposed to deadly virus
>military quarantines town and threatens death if you attempt to escape
>Virus turns folks into zombie creatures
>lone character(s) fight to survive
That's a formula we've all seen. That doesn't stop me from seeing that movie. How it's ultimately rendered will determine if I enjoy the movie or not and "Racoon Valley" kept my interest with even pacing, gothic photography and a score that was practically a character within the story. Not bad for 175 bucks.
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