Population 436 (2006) – Review, Rating and Synopsis

Population 436 (2006)

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  • Release Date:  2006
  • Genre:  Fanatism
  • Director:  Michelle MacLaren
  • Screenwriter:  Michael Kingston
  • Cast & Crew: David Ames, Leigh Enns, Susan Kelso, Rick Skene, Fred Durst, David Fox, Peter Jordan, Charlotte Sullivan, R.H. Thomson, Frank Adamson, Reva Timbers, Monica Parker, Jeremy Sisto, Lora Schroeder, Martin Trudel

Population 436 (2006) Rating:

  • Dylan = 6 / 10;
  • Eloise = 4 / 10;
  • Raoul = 4.5 / 10;
  • IMDB = 5.8 / 10;
  • Rotten Tomaotes = 3.5 / 10

Population 436 (2006) Synopsis:

A man whose car broke down finds himself rescued and brought to a remote village from which escaping will proves really difficult.

Population 436 (2006) Review:

Population 436 is another one of these movies featuring a city guy who finds himself in a remote countryside village filled with people with strange habits, like a modern version of The Wickerman or 2000 Maniacs. Unfortunately, the film does not manage to compare to any of these classics.

The beginning is quite mysterious, but quickly becomes lengthier than anything. Thereee is virtually nothing happening for a very long time and, unlike in The Wickerman, this film kind of fails at building any suspense at all. As the story unfolds, the interest picks up and the film greatly improves. The concept of the population of 436 inhabitants is a good one but I had the feeling that too many irrelevant side-stories came to pollute the general concept.

I’m not saying that it is a bad movie, for it is watchable…only I personally didn’t enjoy it much.

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