Monday, 21 May 2012

Nightmare County (1975)

A socio-political story with random acts of violence makes Nightmare County a disjointed affair.

A group of “hippies” takes on the establishment politically but get thrown in prison for their troubles. I guess there’s a point being made about suppression of the will of the majority but it isn’t particularly entertaining.

Sufficient technically, this film to me was boring. Barely any action and when it did come it was over before I noticed. Special mention however for the soundtrack which fits the “hippy” feel perfectly.

Maybe one for the old flower-power generation more than young people in the 21st century.

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