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Plot: Set in a small town in the backwoods of Kentucky, RED RIVER tells the tale of Roland Thatcher: a family man, a business man, a man of God…and a man who doesn’t take kindly to strangers. When a group of city kids sets up camp on the outskirts of his property, they spark a chain of events culminating in bloodshed, dismemberment and mass murder. As a local, fledgling reporter inches closer to the Thatcher property, the shocking truth about Roland and his ‘family’ may finally emerge…
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you’ve got to be joking
I’m a big fan of low budget movies,lets face it were would the movie industry be without them but there’s a thin line between bad and abysmal and this movie ticks all the boxes as one of the worst movies I’ve seen for a long while.Roland thatcher a so called business man who sells fertiliser to the local hillbillies at a very deadly price.Roland also a fanatical man of god has his mutant son locked up in his not so good looking cabin and his son has a taste for human flesh,meet some campers on a fun getaway weekend,i think you know were this is going,did i mention there’s also a reporter searching for the truth about red river and its weird reputation.Roland also has another hobby his will to kill and with some campers on the way hes in a very good mood.i cant tell you how many times we have seen the same story in this genre.the acting in this movie was just awful,the tension fell flat from the opening scene and it got to the stage where it just became laughable and tired some.the only good thing about this movie was the ending
Not much there
I am going to assume that you have not heard of director Jacob Ennis. Ennis has been behind the camera for a short period and was behind the camera for 2007’s Stash and the documentary Haunted Kentucky: Spirits of the Bluegrass in 2009.
His latest effort is Red River, a horror film that still might not put Ennis on the map, but a film that definitely has its merits thanks to a unyielding parade of the red stuff horror fans cheer for.
Red River is set in Kentucky tells the story of the Thatcher family headed by Roland Thatcher who has an innocent persona and has to use an electronic tool that enables him to talk. But Roland is pure evil at heart and with his F’d up son who lives in a squalor of an abode they prey on wandering hikers or persons that wander too close to their shacked dwelling.
I wish I can offer more of a plot. But there isn’t much more to discuss. There is a reporter that is hot on the missing persons stories in the area, but Red River is mostly just dumb ass individuals finding themselves in the presence of the Thatcher’s where they eventually meet their demise in annoying and grotesque fashion.
The first half of Red River was incredibly annoying. None of the characters were interesting and the dialogue was suspect carried out by inferior actors. So basically, it was your typical independent horror film.
But by the time the second half rolled around, I finally got it. Sort of. The nudity and the blood flowed freely and the 70’s exploitation film feel was more evident in the final reels.
But that still didn’t lift Red River towards an overall rating close to a recommendation. Audacious – yes. Grotesque and cannibalistically brutal – sort of. But good? Hardly. There were more scenes that I thought should have been left on the cutting room floor than I can count. And some of the one-to-three line actors couldn’t even carry off simple sentences with conviction.
So that leaves Red River on the disappointment list. Ennis might have had fun putting the film together (chopping people up and yelling ‘more blood’ from the director’s chair has to be fun). But we sure didn’t have quite as much fun watching it.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 17 min (77 min)
Rated Not Rated
Director Jacob Ennis
Writer Gregory W. Brock, Paige Kay Davis, Jacob Ennis
Actors Tucky Williams, Christian Brooker, Dave Haney
Country United States
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