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directed by James P.Lay
starring Jackie Kreisler, Shane Elliott, Jonathan Breck, Marlo Bernier, Kyle Saylors, Channing Nichols, Tony Vitucci, Rino Vitucci, Wayland Geremy Boyd, Ward Roberts, Bridget Brady, Dashiell Howell, James P.Lay, Ashton Livesay
story by James P.Lay, Kyle Saylors, Kenny Saylors, screenplay by James P.Lay, music by Jason Livesay, Nolan Livesay


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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On their way through the Nevada desert, down-on-their-luck Megan (Jackie Kreisler) and Dylan (Shane Elliott) stop at a diner in the middle of nowhere where the owner Blake (Jonathan Breck) fills them in on all kind of weird stuff happening at nearby Area 51, where the army is allegedly experimenting with UFOs and time travel - and indeed there's something going on out in the desert, as Megan and Dylan have to find out when their car first stops for no apparent reason, is then carjacked by Hitler (Marlo Bernier) - really -, and Megan and Dylan are seperated, get temporarily lost, and while Megan has all sorts of spooky apparitions - including a dying soldier (Ward Roberts) who seems to be plucked right from a battlefield and a little girl (Channing Nichols) who seems weirdly familiar -, Dylan is just teleported away while someone (or something) else returns in his body. Finally, Megan and the fake Dylan reunite and return to Blake's diner - but Megan becomes more and more convinced that there is something wrong with Dylan and with everything else, and she makes a getaway that leads her to a hut in the desert where she finds proof that she has actually been caught in a time loop but might actually be much more involved in the whole thing that she has thought - yes, she might even be related to the aliens whose UFO is kept at Area 51 ...


The story of Dreamland quickly gets caught up in its own logic (or lack thereof), and while it does its best to appear intelligent, the film actually becomes pretty silly towards the end. That said though, Dreamland is not a bad film as such, it's extremely atmospheric, makes the most of its low budget, its nighttime desert scenery, and some of its ideas like the carjacking Hitler are actually pretty original and appealing even if they make no sense on closer inspection. Plus, Jackie Kreisler's solid performance really carries the movie. Now if a bit more thought would have been put into the film's resolution, this could have been great, as it is, it's still above-average genre entertainment - especially if you don't pay too much attention to its story.


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