Population 436 starring Jeremy Sisto and Fred Durst centers around a census worker who comes to a small rural town to investigate the reasons why the town census always remains the same. The acting is credible but unfortunately the plot and story development are unable to generate any kind of momentum for this film. Director Michelle Maxwell MacLaren seems to forget that this is a movie and not another episode of the X-Files. In the end, unfortunately, Population 436 feels like an hour long episode of the Twilight Zone or Outer Limits that has been diluted of all suspense by being stretched out to movie length.
While not a complete waste of time 436 never builds the kind of suspense that one hopes for in a movie like this. While it keeps your interest, it never delivers the punch you keep expecting throughout the movie. I cant recommend this film but on the other hand if your bored and there is nothing better to do, you could do worse than Population 436. It gets a D