A 'B' horror flick that has some surprisingly worthwhile moments
I can imagine the director gathering the cast & crew and saying something like, "Look, I know we're not making 'Citizen Kane,' but let's make a quality movie."
A good example is the conventional scene where the sheriff informs a woman that her husband is dead, yet he is unable to do so with words and so just grabs her in silence, hugging her, as the camera switches to a view from a distance. I wasn't expect that in a 'B' television flick. Kinda moving.