Writer: Stefan Avalos
Composer: Vincent Gillioz
Starring: Paula Ficara, Stephen Wastell, Andrew Kirsanov, Keith Fulton, Louis Pepe, Patrick Hasson, Nathan Lum, Ethan Grant, Jay Brown, Robert Lane, Maureen Davis, Cynthia King, Arthur Guzman
More info: IMDb
Tagline: Some people are dying to make it in the movies.
Plot: A young couple moves into a neighborhood obsessed with the frightening silent movie history that took place 80 years before. As the boyfriend also becomes obsessed, it becomes apparent that something more is happening.
My rating: 2/10
Will I watch it again? No.
Look at that poster. Does it look like a horror/Western? Hell, the first two genres listed on IMDb for it are Horror and Western (yeah, I realize that it's probably added by anyone who wants to update it, but still). I guess part of my disappointment with this is that this isn't what I thought by a friggin' long shot. But then the other part could be because it bored the piss out of me. OK, so I exagerate a little. At no point did urine escape my urethra but it really taxed my ability to stay awake. 90 minutes a f Rachel (Ficara) seeing things wasn't doing it for me. There are several scenes where she's nude in a hot tub or a shower (really, several) without showing any nudity. Call me a pig but this picture could have used the scant nipple or two or three. Ugh. I really wanted to dig this one. Oh, yeah, the DVD cover says it's from the maker of THE LAST BROADCAST (1998), which I've heard really good things about so I was looking forward to checking out this "horror/Western". It's time to move on...