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Strange Nature

USA 2018
produced by
Jessica Bergren, Beth Meadows, James Ojala, Jeff Miller (executive) for Strange Productions
directed by James Ojala
starring Lisa Sheridan, Jonah Beres, Bruce Bohne, Faust Checho, John Hennigan, Carlos Alazraqui, Justen Overlander, David Mattey, Chalet Lizette Brannan, Stephen Tobolowsky, Angela Duffy, Tiffany Shepis, Beth Meadows, Lilli Passero, Bryan Daniel Porter, Elizabeth Hayden, Kate Horvath, Robert Hofmann, Ann Hearn, Liz Minette, Scott Thun, Armin Habibovich, Luciano Michaelangelo David, Raymond Brandstrom, Ava Justin, Sarah Warner, Lolly Rushenberg, Daniel Mandich, Pieter Johnson, Joanne S. Sherek, Chris Nollett, Janaya Lutterman, Montana Boulanger, Nick Sullivan, James Ojala, Barbara Reyelts, Michelle Lee, Kevin Jacobsen, Pat Kelly
written by James Ojala, special effects by Ojala Productions

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Kim (Lisa Sheridan) and her son Brody (Jonah Beres) move to the country from LA because she wants to spend some time with her dad (Bruce Bohne) who's slowly dying from cancer. But there are two things that are of concern in the region, for one people are disappearing and secondly a host of mutated frogs are found. Now the police handle the first matter, believing in a human trafficking ring (though the audience learns early on it's actually some kind of monster), but the second concern seems to give nobody and real headache, nobody but Kim, who together with her boyfriend to be, science teacher Trent (Faust Checho) tries to find out what causes all of this, and their best bet is the fertilizers produced locally and used by all the farmers - and that's one of the reasons nobody, least of all the mayor (Stephen Tobolowsky), wants to listen to Kim's concerns, since the town's biggest employer (and taxpayer) is the fertilizer company. Things start to change when a dog gives birth to mutated puppies, and then even humans show signs of mutation - and eventually it becomes clear that the monsters prowling the region are connected to the whole thing as well, and they're ready to strike ...


A very interesting movie that manages to blend eco thriller and monster movie in a totally serious, non-embarrassing way and tell a story that's gripping from beginning to end. And add to that a slick yet subtle directorial effort, camerawork that gets the most out of the local scenery, and a bunch of very solid performances, and you've got yourself a really good movie.


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