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Objects in the mirror may be closer and more terrifying than they appear.
On the last working day of Sheriff Wayne, his small town is attacked by blood thirsty ravens that eat human flesh. Meanwhile his wife Cynthia visits a farm where a Mennonite family lives to say farewell to her friend Gretchen and discloses a dark secret about the origin of the fierce ravens.
Surprisingly decent, with a focus on generating suspense instead of jump scares, and a cast of characters that have more depth and dimension than normal for this genre. Some of the actors are less convincing and one major character ends up stuck in a pit for most of the film, which made it a near-miss for me. The mix of real birds and CGI works quite well for the most part, and I loved the bleak, wintery location shooting.
Good cast but terrible digital birds. Plus the continuity wasn't the best either. Really not worth seeing but it does have Stephen McHattie and Rod Taylor in there...so for them....eh...maybe.
I would give it -5 stars if I could.
Lesson learned: never accidentally kill a crow with a tractor. It's bad for you.
Bad movies happen when birds get mad cows disease. Just think of that for a Sec, birds with mad cows disease. The acting in this was just so terrible. Don't compare this crap to "The Birds," Hitchcock would be rolling over in his grave stabbing his penis with a dull blade if he knew some people were doing so.
This is almost all of the horror movies in my collection for the moment. (This list is currently incomplete)