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"D-Railed" wasn't exactly the average horror movie, it was actually a movie with a twist to it. And without spoiling it, or mentioning anything about it, then I will just say that the twist there was to the storyline was one that I quite enjoyed.
Initially I sat down to watch "D-Railed" because Lance Henriksen was on the cast list. Imagine my surprising when I realized that he was only in the movie less than five minutes. Yup, I kid you not. Talk about using a familiar name on the movie's cover to lure in an audience.
Now, I will say that this 2018 movie from director Dale Fabrigar was actually entertaining and enjoyable. And the fact that it wasn't just another straight up horror movie made from the 'how-to-make-a-horror-movie' book for dummies was definitely something that added to the overall enjoyment of the movie.
The creature design in "D-Railed" was also interesting. Sure, it wasn't a groundbreaking innovative creature design, but it fitted well into the movie and the atmosphere that permeated the entire movie.
I was adequately entertained from start till end, and if you have the chance to watch "D-Railed" and enjoy horror, you should do so. Just don't get your hopes up on seeing a whole lot of Lance Henriksen in the movie.
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