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The rest of the movie, however, is edgy and gripping enough to keep the film from being a completely perplexing timewaster.The character development is good, and leading actors Jaimie Alexander and Joey Mendicino show much promise in the future.Raw Feed promises quality horror films and DVDs released straight to video stores, and if their debut film is any indication, fans of the genre will want to keep an eye on this rising studio. And when Nicole barricades herself in the ladies room to get away, she finds a brutalized victim of the tow truck driver — still alive — locked up in the closet, apparently having been abducted years ago.begins with young couple Nicole (Jaimie Alexander) and Jess (Joey Mendicino) running away from home, heading to California to live with Jess’s cousin. Thus ensues a fight for survival as Nicole and other would-be travelers, including Joey Lawrence as an arbitrary cop, become the prey of a relentless madman.After a near head-on collision with a bizarre yellow tow truck, the couple pulls in to a nearby rest stop to cool down. Expertly photographed, is the debut film of writer/director John Shiban.The movie is slickly produced and shot, with the look of a lucid blockbuster and the feel of a gritty independent film. It’s the simple story that falls apart, especially when new (and psychological) ideas are introduced.
This is the concept of , the first feature film from a new horror label called Raw Feed, a division of Warner Brothers Entertainment.
In the vein of has the look and sound of a theatrical release.
I’d be lying to say it wouldn’t be interesting to watch this film on the big screen.
The anamorphic widescreen transfer is spotless, and, at the same time, preserves the gritty print of a granular horror film.
The Dolby Surround 5.1 is also impressive, balancing out the screams, dialogue, and soundtrack with impeccable stability.