A decently effective low-budget thriller with a couple of solid turns (Rainey Qualley gives off early Megan Fox vibes and Vincent Gallo makes for a convincing child-molesting meth-head) that importantly, doesn't generally look cheap. (Though springing for a real score would've helped.) Final act turn is a little convenient. I remain mildly curious to see if this is the sort of film Daily Wire subscribers are really looking for. Or if it picks up any traction in the real world, given that it's going to be behind their paywall from here out. I really think they'd be better off putting these movies out on Blu-ray and DVD after a period of exclusivity. But that's their business, not mine.
(No rating because I have a conflict.)
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