“The Darkness of the Road” has overcomplicated storylines and an all-too-predictable ending leave horror fans strapped in their (car)seats, yearning for more.
Sadie is an Intern Article Writer and Senior English Major at the University of Central Arkansas. In her spare time, she enjoys watching horror movies, reading, and spending time with her guinea pigs, Ginger and Spike.
This is a film that children and young people should never hear about, and adults should avoid like the plague if they care about their sanity.
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