The Wild Man of Navidad (2008)

The Wild Man of Navidad

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A creature unknown to modern man is angry and on the loose in this horror story influenced by classic low-budget thrillers of the Seventies. Sublime, Texas is a small, decaying town along the Navidad River where opportunity is scarce and moonshine whiskey is plentiful. Dale S. Rogers (Justin Meeks) lives in a rattletrap farmhouse with his wheelchair-bound wife Jean (Stacy Meeks) and Mario (Alex Garcia), a simpleton housekeeper who fondles Jean whenever Dale isn't looking. Local legend has it … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Duane Graves, Justin Meeks
On DVD: Aug 11, 2009
Runtime:
Greeks Productions - Official Site

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Cast


as Dale S. Rogers

as Jean Rogers

as Karl Crabtree

as Jean Rogers

as Sheriff Lyle Pierce

as Sheriff

as Boss Man Jack Clem

as Earl Smith

as Melvin Pennell

as Vern Findlay

as The Wild Man
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Critic Reviews for The Wild Man of Navidad

All Critics (3) | Top Critics (1)

Full Review… | February 23, 2012
Variety
Top Critic

Film has some interesting characters, especially the non-actors. But, special effects and suspense just aren't there.

Full Review… | August 1, 2009
CNNRadio

A little scary, occasionally funny, and rather enthusiastically splattery before it's all done with.

Full Review… | May 7, 2008
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Audience Reviews for The Wild Man of Navidad

½

This one is straight up watchable low budget fare, but don't expect anything beyond fairly believable everyman characters and the occasional odd turn, like the guy who employs a man to look after his infirm wife, only to find that the caregiver is actually molesting her in his absence?

Okay, some VERY odd turns, but overall it's still an okay way to kill an hour and half, especially for those into the Boggy Creek style film.

Rental?

Fantastic recreation of a 70's B-movie. Magnificently detailed and extremely well done considering its shoestring budget. Highly recommended for horror genre fans or fans of obscure indy cinema.

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