The Wicksboro Incident

The Wicksboro Incident

In 1953 the entire population of Wicksboro, Texas vanishes. Forty five years later a witness comes out of hiding to tell the story.

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  • Length:71 minutes
  • Release:2003
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
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In 1953 the entire population of Wicksboro, Texas vanishes. Forty five years later a witness comes out of hiding to tell the story. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Samantha S (au) wrote: Tense, not bad but not overly involving either. Guy Pearce and J.K. Simmons are great, as usually, but the material is a little thin.

D M (de) wrote: New Orleans visitors take a ghost tour through a swamp only to have their boat run aground during a thunderstorm. As the group tries to find help and get out of the wooded swampland, a deformed killer stalks them. Filmed in the style of an old-school slasher film w/ much attention to detail plus a comedic script makes this a real winner!

leane e (de) wrote: this movie wasnt to bad i mean it wasnt great and i was totally misled by the movie title but it ended up being interesting anyway and it had some effects that werent bad for a made for tv movie

Martin J (us) wrote: so funny, not so bad as Jason Goes To HELL

Christopher A (us) wrote: Gives you a peek into the strange world of cartoonist R. Crumb and his family and friends. A rare movie that not only entertains, but gives you insight into real life when we witness the madness and sadness of crumb and his brothers. It seems that Crumb's healthy sense of humor and his artwork are what keep him afloat. A truly intelligent and challenging film.

Markkyle R (jp) wrote: Best animation movie ever

Mike S (us) wrote: It's almost impressive how well a cringe-worthy, cliched script can completely torpedo an excellent cast.