The idyllic small town of Rockwell Falls appears to be Eden on Earth. But when Steve Kady (Jeremy Sisto), a federal investigator, is sent to learn why the town's population hasn't changed for the last hundred years, he soon learns what truly lies beneath the seemingly perfect surface. Trapped in a twisted web of religious fervour and puritanical traditional from which no one has ever escaped, Kady must now find a way out - or lose his life - in this riveting, suspense-filled thriller.
Surprisingly good horror thriller.
- Population 436 review by Shatner's Bassoon
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I rented this as I was short of titles on my rental list, but I was pleasantly surprised. It was a surprisingly good horror thriller, well acted with a decent cast, (even Fred Durst was pretty good), and clever plotline, not dissimilar to 'The Wicker Man'. If you're a horror fan then this is well worth a rental.