Small Town Murder Songs

Monterey Media, Inc.
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Eve

Loved the soundtrack, though it is bombastic. Also loved the main character. Worth watching

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Gregory

Interesting story, good cast and really enjoyed the slow pace in which it unfolds. Accurate portrayal of small-town life.

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Raul

Neither good nor bad. Just ok. Have wine by the side.

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Katie

Nice cinematography; boring uninteresting story. Zero surprises. Not worth the time. Heavy handed soundtrack; although in isolation the songs are interesting.

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