River of Darkness [Blu-ray]
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The horror/action hybrid RIVER OF DARKNESS stars professional wrestler Kurt Angle as Sheriff Logan, the peacekeeper in an usually quiet, secluded town that suddenly comes under siege by evil forces manifested in a pair of river squatters (portrayed by fellow squared-circle veterans Kevin Nash and Sycho Sid Vicious). In order to save the town, Logan will have to do physical battle with these seemingly unstoppable zombies.
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Okay, so, I am overseas (London) and I wanted to watch a movie. I have Amazon Prime. But, as some of you probably already know, you can't watch certain movies and television shows abroad (especially if they are FREE!) You have to pay for the film you want to see. Yup, I can't watch it because of some licensing issue (if it is free on Prime), but, I can pay for the movie and those licensing issues disappear!!! What Aa rip-off, Jeff Bezos (or whatever your name is!!!) Once my prime membership is up, I will kick Amazon to the curb! So, with that being said, I would not say that I didn't like it. But, I wish there was something like 2 1/4 stars. Something that says, "It didn't stink as bad as I thought it would." It could have been written better. Seriously, a fifth grader could have written something better. All in all, it cost 99 cents and I can be easily amused for seven days. The cover art is too funny! I wish Kurt was in full tactical gear and chasing something through some remote jungle. That would definitely be worth a dollar more. I don't go into detail about the movies I "critique." From reading other lengthy reviews or not so lengthy, you get a sense of what you are dealing with. This movie had potential of being 2 1/2 stars, if the screenwriter cared enough to use another .2 percent of his brain power. But, these types of movies do make money for most involved (producing, writer, director, etc...). Ninety-nine cents here and there adds up. Anyway, if you need to veg for a few, and if you are abroad, pay the .99 cents. If you are stateside and have Prime, its free. Or, .99 cents for US viewers.
What it reminded.me most of was that old Dan Curtis series DARK SHADOWS. As a storyline on that series it would have fit right in...acting included. And I enjoyed it in much the same way I did those back in the day.
Definitely a pre-Barnabas story I hasten to add. More like the ghost and Phoenix stories.
Quite enjoyable, this.