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Movie Review: Death Valley

Enter this valley and prepare for a slow death. Review by Brandon Wolfe Four people are cruising a lonesome stretch of desert highway. The driver, Billy (Lochlyn Munro, who’s been in many things, yet Dead Man on Campus is what I will always associate him with), is a drunken loudmouth, not even ceasing his drinking when behind the wheel. He is engaged to a hot little number named Annie (Katrina Law), whom he only just met the night before at an L.A. charity event. Also in the car is a married couple, Roy and Jamie (Nick E. Tarabay and Victoria Pratt), a comparatively conservative duo who also just met Billy and Annie the previous night. All of them are heading to Vegas for Billy and Annie’s impetuous nuptials, but the feel-good vibe of the trip is obliterated when a half-naked woman appears in the road, firing a gun at the car. The car is run off the road and the woman now lays dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Now the group is stranded in the blistering heat, miles from civil

Exclusive Interview With Lochlyn Munro For His Upcoming Film #DeathValley

I got a chance to talk to Lochlyn Munro about his upcoming film Death Valley . And we also talked about how it was working with TJ Scott and more. Enjoy Exclusive Interview With Director TJ Scott - Who do you play? What makes him tick? I play the role of Billy Rich. he is a guy who has been caught up in the Hollywood scene for too long and is starting to believe all of his own B.S. He is fighting his own demons and has succumbed to the pressures of power and greed. Read the entire interview after the Jump... The film has got a lot of attention from online media in recent months; is the internet a saving grace when it comes to smaller films? I think the internet has definitely become a great platform for smaller budget films. Everyone tends to watch all sorts of entertainment platforms on all sorts of devices, so it’s really leveled the playing field for independent films. What do you think audiences will take away from the movie? I hope the audiences coming