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The Badlands of Kain are Unforgiving: A Film Review

*full disclosure: an online screener of this Film was provided by director Any Palmer. *there are spoilers here. Please see the film before reading this review. Director: Andy Palmer. Writer: Rachelle Dimaria. Cast: Rachelle Dimaria, Katrina Norman, Paul Soter and Jordan Belfi. Andy Palmer and Rachelle Dimaria's Badlands of Kain reminds this reviewer of an old lyric. In the Eagles song Hotel California: "[in this motel] you can checkout, but never leave." All of the roads in this indie mystery lead back to the small town of Kain. And, it is late in the film where it is revealed that Kain is actually a spiritual purgatory. Here, both evil murderers and bubbly twenty-somethings can end up. While the film's morality and message resist logic, Badlands of Kain will draw many viewers into its suspenseful narrative. Characters Shannon (Dimaria) and Kris (Katrina Norman) are off on a road trip. Kris wants to explore her debaucherous side in Las Vegas, while Shannon would prefer to see...

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