SavagelandHD Closed Captioning
Phil Guidry, Simon Herbert & David Whelan
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About the Movie
On the night of June 2, 2011, the largest mass murder in American history occurs in the off-the-grid border town of Sangre de Cristo, Arizona, just a few miles north of Mexico. The entire population of 57 disappears overnight, and the next morning nothing is left but blood trails into the desert… The police arrest the lone survivor: an illegal immigrant, Francisco Salazar, who is found covered with the blood of a number of his fellow residents. Despite a lack of convincing forensic evidence, Salazar is charged with all the murders, against the backdrop of racial hysteria and paranoia that permeates the US/Mexico border. During the trial, a compelling new piece of evidence emerges: something terrible and remorseless passed through the town that night, and Salazar was the only one who recorded it. On one roll of film – 36-photographs – is the record of a gruesome wave of horror, and quite possibly, a haunting glimpse of more bloodshed to come.
A horror movie that stands out. The storytelling leaves you mesmerized at every turn. Truly unique.
Can't Get Over How Timely This Movie Is
Very excited about this movie. I'm not normally a horror fan, but this made a convert out of me. Shot in a documentary-style that is terrific. Plus, the message is spot-on for our current political climate. Very worthwhile.
Slow Decent Horror Documentary
Movie is decent but dragged out. Don't expect any action except a small taste in the end, which if you paid attention, makes sense to the presumed storyline. Also, as crafty as it pretends to be, those in LE circles will realize there's a lot to question with the overall proceedings. No need for an HD viewing, SD fits the bill visually.