Moonshine
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Moonshine
In a working class Connecticut town, 19-year-old Peter's (Brian Greer) monotonous life is about to end. During the day, he tends to a sick mother and a wheelchair-bound father. At night, he fends off advances from his boss (Ginny Fitzpatrick) at the local convenience store. The nights pass and he finds himself slipping into an uneasy relationship with an engaged co-worker (Sarah Ingraham). One night in the cellar, lit by a dangling bulb, something emerges to take his life. A dark man creeps beneath the light. His wiry hair hides his glossy eyes, boney face, and a pair of fangs beneath his… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Despite intriguingly stark aesthetic and moderate suspense, however, Roger Ingraham's feature doesn't deliver quite enough character depth, plot twists or satisfying mayhem to seem more than an OK idea just half-developed."
‑ Dennis Harvey, Variety
"The film is only an hour and 17 minutes long, and nothing happens for a solid hour of that."
‑ Eric D. Snider, EricDSnider.com
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