The reviews are pouring in, after the first broadcast. What do you think?
“This movie is horrible from start to finish…,” said Ritualistic at Night of the Liberal Dead.
A “creature feature” that is “more horror and less sci-fi,” notes R. J. Carter. The reviewer warns, “if you’re expecting something based upon those mysterious creature sightings in West Virginia that have cryptozoologists scratching their heads, you’ll only be minimally satisfied with this Sheldon Wilson directed offering, as it shoehorns that historical event into this hodgepodge of other horror film conventions.”
“Final Analysis: Jewel Staite (my favorite cast member from FIREFLY) + my favorite cryptid + a blind man who is nevertheless a crack shot with a shotgun = a fairly decent two hours. However, take that fairly decent two hours and add an incredibly dull supporting cast, a goofy design for aforementioned favorite cryptid, and random supernatural butterflies and you get something that’s slightly less than decent,” writes Bill in the Radiation-Scarred Reviews.
“This one is worth watching, folks. Seriously,” says Sensual Lovers.
But what do you think?