TALON FALLS REVIEWED
“Talon Falls” plays like Wrong Turn by way of a snuff film. If that’s enough to keep you in a movie, then you are set for life. If you wanted a stronger finale, then you’re going to be shaky. The elements of horror and gore in the film are top notch. Whomever did the special FX and makeup for the film deserves major film work. Other than that, you’ve seen it before. It’s a weird thing when a movie isn’t bad, but just painfully average. Honestly, I feel that if you’re competent enough to make a workable film…then you’ve won half of the battle. I’d love to see what the director tackles next.
- 2.35:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby 5.1
RELEASE DATE: OUT NOW!
The Plot Thus Far
Four teenagers on a road trip decide to take a detour and find themselves at at haunted house halloween scream park deep in the woods of southern Kentucky. After witnessing an assortment of torture and gore, they start wondering if what they are experiencing isn’t a little too realistic. Before they know it, each one of hem is captured and made part of the horrific attraction they originally thought was all fun and games.