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Dark Country Movie Review

Dark Country Movie Review

Two honeymooners rescue a mysterious car crash survivor in the Las Vegas desert. But their decision to save the man becomes increasingly regrettable when he turns on them, forcing the newlyweds to do the unthinkable. In a blur of paranormal chaos, the couple must take drastic measures to cover up their actions from the local police, ultimately leading each character to an inescapable fate.

Dark Country is a low budget film noir styled movie with an interesting premise, but that is where the compliments for the movie stop. The movie starts with the honeymooners waking up together and the development of the characters begins, but after about 5 minutes you start to realize the characters are not as interesting as they may seem. Then once it seems like the movie might pick up and they come across the “mystery man” the film still drags and I was able to predict the twist right then and there, but I won’t spoil it for you. The rest of the film is very confusing and filled with several plot holes. It was very difficult to make it through the end of the film and then once it ended I just felt confused about what I had just watched.

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My Rating: 2/10

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Dark Country Review, 4.0 out of 10 based on 4 ratings

Originally posted 2009-10-08 10:37:32.


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