Baseball fan, horror/thriller fan
**Watched on YouTube**
Kinda drags overall, but the film had some pretty creepy scenes featuring dudes in robes with torches chanting in Latin.
This was filmed in the ghost town of Villa de la Mina in Terlingua, Texas also the site of the largest mine in the area. The town was put up for sale at the modest price of $1.75 million in 2018. I didn't see any takers so you might be able to purchase the town for a song at this point.
This was quite a testament to the banal content and aggressive mediocrity coming out of Hollywood. How did this film make a 64 on sainted Rotten Tomatoes? Is there a website that measures the degree to which professional movie critics have sold out to the Hollywood studios?
I thought Jolie was miscast, but she tried. The actors, however, couldn't possibly overcome an exceedingly weak script. If you took a drink for every perplexing scene or bit of cringy dialogue, you'd have been well and truly gassed by midway through. So maybe it wasn't a total loss after all...
There's so much I didn't like about this movie I can't organize it right now. So...first the positives:
-The music by Sam Ewing, who was the composer for several seasons of The Walking Dead
-The songs by Looner
-The performance of Jay Jay Warren in the lead
-Some nice gore/kills
The movie itself seemed like two entirely separate films -- a monster movie and a coming of age/revenge story. It felt like two films made into one that didn't come…