Rogue River [DVD]
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Horror in which a young woman who has recently suffered a bereavement finds herself the captive of an unhinged couple bent on torture. Mara (Michelle Page) has recently lost her father and travels to Rogue River to honour his request to have his ashes scattered there. By the riverside she meets Jon (Bill Moseley), a local man who seems sympathetic to her plight but informs Mara that she requires a permit to scatter ashes in the area. Jon offers to help her obtain the permit but insists she stay for dinner first. The unhappy Mara consequently finds herself trapped in a house with Jon and his equally homicidal wife, Lea (Lucinda Jenney), and engaged in a desperate struggle for survival.
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Top Customer Reviews
The cover is probably why a lot of people will buy it but the comments on the Blu-Ray case is what got me thinking this could be a very good flick to view.
To sum it up, I would recommend that you look past the scantily clad woman on the picture who doesn't even look like this in the movie as she doesn't even go into the water and just enjoy it.
Horror has been waiting for a flick like this since Last House on the Left and The Girl Next Door (Jack Ketchum).
Don't spend more than £10 on it though.
The script is trite, the film is trite. It starts with a girl who goes to some rural location to scatter the ashes of her Dad down a river. While there she meets a seemingly friendly man who offers to walk her back to her car. When they get back to the road however, her car has vanished without trace. The mans explanation is that the local sheriff probably towed it away. I mean come on, she was only there for like 10 minutes! Enough time for the authorities to pass by, arrange a tow truck and just simply take it without checking around first? OK. Anyway, was the girl upset or angry that her car was missing? No. Does she bother to question this guys explanation? No. From this point onwards it just gets worse, the 'highlight' being a scene of unintentional forced incest which is so poorly realised it is just ridiculous and more funny if anything.
There are so many plot holes here and questionable decisions that it borders on ludicrous. Bill Moseley is great but he can't save this hopelessly generic film. Avoid at all costs.
Like other reviews say this film had so much potential but it feels like the director just got bored one weekend and thought "well i could just throw together a horror film" the script is poor and the acting is pretty rubbish!
Its not the worst film i've ever seen, but it could have been a lot better!!
Pity it could have been an excellent movie
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Woman goes to the country runs into some lunatics, naughty things happen to her. Done a million times before but this is a bit better than most.Published 5 days ago by Paul Goddard
Perverse and very disturbing. I can't say much more without giving spoilers but it's more the perversions that are on display here that give it the 'horror' label as the lack of... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Ruby Tuesday
Watched this movie last night on horror channel, might end up buyin it on dvd..enjoyed it...but it as one sick n very desturbin scene.overall..glad i watched it ..do recommend xxPublished 16 months ago by sara louise mooney