* A Short, Horror Movie Review
Made, I'm sure on a small budget, A Walk Home Alone is filled with drama, sprinkled with suspense, and finally an ending worthy to be praised. It's not one of those you'd watch on repeat, because you can see the ending coming, but it's definitely worth the watch.
So there's a serial killer on the loose, leaving bodies of young women in rivers, to be found. You'd think people would be on alert, watchful of people and their surroundings... but not this gal! She's got a serious issue and she's consumed by her unfortunate circumstances, leaving her vulnerable as prey.
A Walk Home Alone is dramatic, as I stated earlier, but only because you focus on what's taking place before your very eyes. You don't think back... well, I did, to something so small that it's sinister and worrisome. I kept waiting for a door... Ah! Ha-ha, I almost let loose a SPOILER! Sorry, you'll have to watch it for yourself, either here or on Youtube. Either way, I think you'll figure out what's to happen and still like ti.
A Walk Home Alone
Produced by Workabey Films
Written and Directed by Andrew J. D. Robinson
Stars Maura Stephens, Patrick Sutters, Jenn Nagle, and Jugen Vollrath
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