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  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • Release Date: June 5 2012
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  • ASIN: B007MY42H4
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x9ad7d018) out of 5 stars 14 reviews
8 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ad4bac8) out of 5 stars For a lower budget B rate horror movie this is actually not bad. Don't expect amazing but you could do worse. I give it a B. March 30 2012
By Tony Heck - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
"We won't keep you. I promise." Michelle (Page) is sitting by a river getting ready to scatter her dad's ashes when Jon (Moseley) shows up and tells her it's illegal. When Michelle finds her car missing she accepts an offer of a ride by Jon. After going to his house and meeting his wife she begins to regret her decision. This is another example of liking a movie based on your expectations. I really thought this was going to be low budget and cheesy and I have to admit that it wasn't that bad. It is still a B movie, but it's a higher B movie. I really can't say that this is a good movie but it was much better then I expected and Moseley is really creepy in this. I was a little disturbed at some of the scenes and found myself turning away in some parts, but overall this is really not a bad movie. Overall, nothing amazing but for a short horror B movie you could do much worse. I give it a B.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ad4bb1c) out of 5 stars THIS SHOULD STING.. March 3 2012
By The Movie Guy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The movie opens with a potential plot spoiler as it shows you a scene near the end of the film. Why do they do that?

In the next scene a brother and sister are talking. She goes to an isolated spot along Rogue River, Oregon where the trees are all the right height, to scatter her father's ashes. While there, she meets a nice man (Bill Moseley) who is slightly creepy. When she gets back to the road, her car is missing! With no cell reception, the creep offers her a lift, but first must stop by and tell his wife.

The wife (Lucinda Jenney) insists Mara (Michelle Page) stay for dinner and spend the night. They will get her car tomorrow...as the night goes on things get creepier bit by bit as her hosts are not what they seem. The couple has some dirty little secrets, that are not too difficult to figure out, but you are drawn into the fact there appears to be a distinct method behind their madness.

I was disappointed in much of the film. Fairly Cliche.

Parental Guide: F-bomb, sex, torture, no nudity.
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ad4bf54) out of 5 stars Kiosk <1 Sept. 4 2012
By G. Teslovich - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Same old prolonged intro of helicopter camera view of car driving along country road. Same old "no cell phone reception" used in a hundred similar movies and to which there is actually a website devoted to that unlikely cheap hook.
Same old formula (and really poorly - acted, written and every other possible cinematic category imaginable) story of of slightly mentally not-quite-there family that captures a couple of travelers for a bit of torturous fun. You see nothing except a little post event red food color corn syrup as fake blood.

Specifically, young woman (as usual) parks a block from a semi-remote river to deposit dad's ashes. A not believable encounter with a guy walking by and a not believable scene where she walks back up the river bank to the parking area to find her car is not there. The usual sequence of "you've got to be kidding me" poor decisions that only appear in really bad movies now occupy the rest of the movie. These movies almost always end in one of two ways so ff and avoid yawning.
10 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ad4e330) out of 5 stars scary in all the right ways June 7 2012
By Eddie Grover - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I'm not sure what all the fuss is about with some of these other reviewers. I really liked this film and found it both scary and unsettling. If you are looking for a good scary movie to watch with some friends, I'd pick this up, you won't be disappointed. I don't get why some have said this film is torture porn or gratuitous either, I actually think they did a good job of building a scary scenario and really if anything holding back on showing everything in graphic detail. Bill Mosley is particularly creepy in his own mister rogers sort of way.
3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9ad4e414) out of 5 stars ROGUE RIVER Needed A Plotted Course May 31 2012
By Edward L Zimmerman - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
For whatever reason, some horror films just don't `gel' with me. Generally, it's pretty easy to find a respectable reason why not, and it often times relates to either too many stock characters, not enough substance behind a thin plot, or just poor filmmaking. I tend to like more story - or, at best, A STORY - with my frights; I think that's the least audiences can require in exchange for investing 60 minutes or more with any piece of film. ROGUE RIVER, though, really failed to move me in any way.

Mara (played by Michelle Page) and her brother Andrew (Chris Coy) recently lost their father. Seeking to scatter his ashes at someplace that would have personal meaning, she travels out to the remote Rogue River, but, before she can complete the deed, a kind stranger named Jon (Bill Moseley) warns her that she'd be breaking a local ordinance. Heading back to her car, she realizes it's been towed away (or has it?), and she takes a ride from Peter back to his place. Before she knows what's happened, Mara finds herself trapped in a house of insanity, fighting for her life against Peter and his sister's (Lea, as played by Lucinda Jenney) savage behaviors.

ROGUE RIVER has a lot of elements that should've made it a better film than what director Jourdan McClure managed to put together; however, the script - tackled by Ryan Finnerty and Kevin Haskin - misses the mark by never clearly underscoring why the brother and sister couple are doing any of the crazy things they do. There are hints toward the cause of the nefariousness, but it's never truly hammered home ... not hard enough for my tastes. Without spoiling it too much, Lea's dying of cancer, and she's apparently bent on having a child of her own (???), and since Peter's lost his wife and daughter earlier the two join forces to concoct their own happy little family from the strangers they can abduct. Well, the problem with that is, "Why treat the source for the villainy as an afterthought?" There are WAY too many things here that don't make sense - several of which I can't divulge without giving away plot surprises that defy logic - so the end result is ROGUE RIVER flows more like a dried up creek bed than it does a gentle spring.

On a bitter note, character actor Michael Cudlitz is absolutely wasted in an all-too-brief cameo-style appearance as a local sheriff who suffers the fate most local sheriffs suffer in films of this nature.

You can thank the people at Vision Entertainment Group and Kejo Productions, LLC for ROGUE RIVER. It looks and sounds about as well as any quickie independent horror flick could, should, or would though some of the `mike' work left a lot to be desired. The performances are what you can expect from this type of film: inspired to the point of screaming, but there's very little genuine menace. The disc comes with some surprisingly lengthy features from behind-the-scenes process, along with trailers and a commentary brought to you by the cast and crew.

RECOMMENDED only for diehard fans of "torture porn" horror flicks because there's really very little else available here. I've seen far worse examples of "torture porn" that have had far more story, and that's what's missing here: a central villain with an actual reason or suitable backstory for doing at least half of what he does would've given the script a chance to be more than yet another excuse to terrorize some young lass.

In the interests of fairness, the fine folks at Lionsgate provided me with a DVD screener copy of ROGUE RIVER for the expressed purposes of completing this review.

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