Destination Marfa, produced and directed by Andy Stapp is a captivating, smart, well presented tale. I can best describe it as Hitchcock, The Twilight Zone, and The Breakfast Club all balled into one. It's creepy, eerie, scary, suspenseful and mysterious, yet funny. The ending is not what you'd expect, it's far better. Every aspect of this movie compliments the other beautifully. The story, the message, the setting, the actors, the visual composition, the soundtrack ... this movie delivers! Awards are rolling in for Destination Marfa and they are well deserved. This is a MUST SEE!
While on a road trip from a long weekend at the Terlingua cookoff, four lifelong friends decide to veer off road and venture into a small West Texas town known as Marfa. What attracted them to do so? Could it be the strange unexplained ghost lights that Marfa is known for? While on a fuel stop they meet two very strange employees of a secluded gas station. One of them offers them a chance to look into their future by pulling a ticket from his counter top 25 cent token fortune telling machine. What does it say? Can they trust it? When they enter Marfa, Texas they realize almost immediately that something's off. Why is this town so odd? Why are very peculiar things happening? Eden Percell, because of her desire to look into everything, begins convincing Erik that the town is full of practicing witchcraft and she even makes the statement "And I think they have gotten dang good at it." Can she convince Erik, and if so, should they risk telling the other 2 drama queens their thoughts. What is Marfa? Why are the townspeople so secretive? Will Matt, Erik, Allie, and Eden discover the truth behind the mystery of the Marfa lights? —Andy Stapp
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August 04, 2021 at 07:39 PM