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Death Valley

Death Valley

Oct. 20, 2015 USA88 Min.
Your rating: 0
8.3 1,308 votes

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Director

T.J. Scott
Director

Cast

Katrina Law isAnnie Gunn
Annie Gunn
Lochlyn Munro isBilly Rich
Billy Rich
Victoria Pratt isJamie Dillen
Jamie Dillen
Nick E. Tarabay isRoy Dillen
Roy Dillen
Kelly Hu isGreenstreet
Greenstreet
Juliette Beavan isHolly Fields
Holly Fields

Synopsis

Four strangers on a drunken wedding dash from LA to Vegas hit a mysterious woman in the desert and must overcome injuries, the elements, and ultimately each other to survive.

Death Valley
Death Valley
Death Valley
Death Valley
Death Valley
Death Valley
Death Valley
Death Valley
Original titleDeath Valley
IMDb Rating3.8 313 votes
TMDb Rating4 2 votes

(4) comments

  • davidross1058October 20, 2015Reply

    crap!

    *** This review may contain spoilers ***

  • noelbarry-19372November 4, 2015Reply

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  • gonzo_donNovember 9, 2015Reply

    Not great, barely good.

    Lochlyn Munro was pretty good as Billy Rich, the main character, but
    the rest of these goofballs should be back bagging groceries by
    tomorrow–they were really horrible actors. Movie was obviously made on
    a shoestring budget–no location at all except the desert and a
    restroom inside a nightclub, but still, the cinematography was pretty
    good. I honestly have no idea how I made it through the entire movie,
    but to be honest, it’s still got 8:12 to go and nothing at all could
    save it in the last 8 minutes. And again, to be honest, I didn’t watch
    it straight through–I took a few breaks and paused it to do a little
    housework, cooking, web- surfing, etc. So now it’s finally over–the
    ending is really, really ridiculous. SO melodramatic and goofy. You’ve
    got to wonder what they were thinking when they made this thing.

  • emberstonepierceNovember 24, 2015Reply

    You’ll be pleasantly surprised.

    Although there was obviously not much in the way of budget for this
    film, and the acting isn’t exactly the best, it’s not a bad thriller.
    The desert surroundings are stunning and you really feel the isolation
    and desperation of the characters as the action heats up. If you can
    look past the predictability of the plot and just take it at face
    value, it’s a surprisingly decent, little movie. Fortunately, the
    director doesn’t try and make it too ‘Arty’, just sticking to clean,
    fresh shots which works very well and helps the overall flow of the
    picture. Once you get into the plot it keeps the viewer constantly
    entertained and surprised, even though the climatic final scenes are a
    bit of a let down. I’ve certainly seen a lot worse.

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