Jug Face, with Sean Bridgers, Lauren Ashley Carter & Sean Young. Director, Chad Crawford Kinkle. Some people call them rednecks. I prefer the term hillbillies. This genre of horror has seen the delivery of quite a few films in the past few years. Good & bad. Depending on the talent & direction. Personally, I was intrigued. Once. No longer.
While this film was well-done, acted & directed. I think this will be last time I jump into a scenario such as this, for entertainment.
I am being fair. It had a tremendous cast. Sean Young being first & foremost, a goddess with massive talent, ever since her role in Blade Runner, 1982. Carter, an asset in the film Premium Rush. Bridgers, evidently a eager talent who knows how to play a hick, who has a mysterious ability making folk art, liquor jugs that indicate the wishes of some malevolent forces, which the scum follow devotedly.
That’s about all I can say without whining that; if I wanted to immerse myself in peasants’ drama, it would be easier to party with filth in an alley.
I do not recommend the film. Unless you haven’t had your fill of this sort of thing, of course. But it is an original concept, of sorts, & Sean Young plays a dirty virago. She’s still beautiful.