Dark Country

2009 "One wrong turn... into the dark"
5.3| 1h28m| R| en| More Info
Released: 05 October 2009 Released
Producted By: Hyde Park Films
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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.

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Wordiezett So much average
Tedfoldol everything you have heard about this movie is true.
ChicRawIdol A brilliant film that helped define a genre
ThedevilChoose When a movie has you begging for it to end not even half way through it's pure crap. We've all seen this movie and this characters millions of times, nothing new in it. Don't waste your time.
Alec Kitroeff This film starts out as a gripping thriller with all the makings of a successful film noir and it did keep me on the edge of my seat, (unlike some other film with similar failed ambitions) until the moment when the hero realizes he has dropped his watch while burying his victim and decides to go back and look for it. From then on the film becomes totally disjointed and incomprehensible, (at least to me) which is a great pity because I think it had great potential. Also, there is no explanation for the sudden bursts of lightning that accompany the car all along its journey through the desert and how the car can keep speeding continuously along routes 93 and 95 without running out of gas! Most disappointing!
disdressed12 not sure what to say about this feature film directorial debut of Thomas Jane who also stars,along with Laura German.it kinda had an Outer Limits vibe going.i liked how it looked,as in the lighting and the the good use of shadows.and the voice over narrative was pretty effective.the actual story itself was very simple and straightforward,and i could see what they were aiming for with the ending,but there's no way to get there without some impossible leaps of logic.but up to that point,it's entertaining.it's short at less than ninety minutes.so it's not like you're losing a big chunk of your life.you could do worse.for me,Dark Country is a 6/10
x083 Well, If you like Thomas Jane as an Actor, you'll like this film. I saw him in the Film Thursday. I always enjoyed the roles hes played. Not only did he act well in this film, but he directed it fairly well too. I think that the film noir characteristics were well portrayed, though that the film bordered a horror flick. The acting was great, and I highly recommend this film to anyone who likes film noir or thomas jane. I feel like the film was going somewhere at the end and he just didn't quite get the ending he had hoped for, but loved the film, and all the special effects that remind me of the film noir films of the 1940's.
cudaseeker-1 I hadn't watched a good horror flick in awhile, so I picked out this little one. What a mistake. Even though I figured out about half way through the movie that "Dick" was the bloody man, I held out hoping that they would tie it up into a nice ending that would explain "WHY" they did what they did to make sense out of it. This movie has NOTHING special or new to offer. The only good thing about it was that the acting wasn't as horrible as most other quickly made cheap horror/thriller movies out today. Skip this movie. It is a total waste of time, and seems like they ran out of what little money that they did have budgeted and just tossed in some horror type Groundhog Day premise to end it up. What a total waste of time. At least I only wasted $1 renting this dog.