A reporter, is drawn into an evil web of conspiracy working for a newspaper in an isolated small town, where she strives to uncover the horrifying secret of a vanished reporter, two dead teenage girls and an attractive cowboy.
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Reminded me of a no talent home made dslr production even though it's basically an ultra cut rate lifetime style production probably shot with a red or something. But this thing sucked the acting was like someone reciting memorized script lines as bad as J-lo or chris pratt does, i mean it was friggin stupid. I'd like to know what kind of camera was used, it's weird sometimes people can make stuff shot with a red look really good but most the time it looks terrible, too much like real life or like video or something, i mean there's a lot of factors involved with making a cool movie and it's hardly ever achieved.
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2018
Mr. Caine and Mr. Baldwin have made some bad movies before, but this one scrapes the bottom of the barrel. There are 12 producers listed. What they needed, besides an acting coach, was a continuity person. Days and nights get mixed up. Locked doors are suddenly unlocked. Lead actress hops into the back of a van that appears to be empty. When van arrives at destination 4 other women get out of it. It's apparent who the bad people are from the beginning and the plot is obvious as well. We just have to sit thru all of the back acting and terrible costumes to get to the conclusion. The cowboy/deputy is a hunk as is one of the bad guys. But the receptionist at the newspaper steals every scene she is in, I'm pretty sure she must be a close relative of Elvia, Mistress of the Dark. If she isn't she should get her own program hosting a different genre of film. Another reviewer liked the desert scenery. I agree it's lovely, but certainly not worth watching this film to see it.
It held my attention and had a decent story-line. Acting so-so. Trite theme but I did watch the entire movie. The most interesting aspect was the way they used a small desert town and townsfolk for a low budget production. That added some realism and some of the bit-players were interesting characters. The location they chose was pretty decent and seemed to work.
I lasted 8 minutes before I had to FF 20 minutes, watched another 2 minutes and had to quit. The woman with the big red hair is Annoying and Unlikable, totally unsympathetic and I couldn't have cared less what happened to her after even the first 5 minutes.
The sound quality was terrible. Someone fired what looked like a cannon and it sounded like a cap gun.The girl's make-up at times made her look like Tammy Baker. She sneaks into the sanctuary in a totally unblleivable way & suddenly its night & walking around with a flash light trying not to be seen geez. I felt like I was watching a high-school play rather than a movie. The scenery was pretty & so was Daniel in shots where she had little makeup.
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2015
LOVED THE MOVIE , but then, I read the book prior to seeing movie! The book was much better, because it was so well written by the one and only Sylvia Nobel. Movie lacked good direction; actors did the best they could to handle the missing link. Will see it again because the Arizona landscape was worth watching over and over again
It was obviously a good story but the movie was sadly terrible....It was so bad it was almost funny. The production was terrible, the actors mediocre, was there ANY direction? Too bad, but the budget must have run out to do it right because the story line was great.