Dark Country on DVD in RAW Entertainment Posted October 7, 2009 · Report reply Of the handful of reviews I read, the folks who had a complaint about the movie didn't like that there was no resolution or explanation at the end. Some people just like everything to be tied up in a pretty bow. When I've seen similar stories in the past, it's not unusual for it to be explained in one of several ways: -it shows something to make it obvious that the character is trapped in literal Hell; like the Sheriff or the Stranger could have removed their hats to reveal horns or some such thing. -it pulls out to show that the main character is in a coma, in a hospital bandaged from head to toe, and all this is a nightmare playing over again and again in his head. -you see a definite boundary where the characters are out of place and time and trapped in a "twilight zone" place or, as mentioned above, a bermuda triangle in the desert; and everything within is totally different from everything without. It could be any of those things, or none of those things. It's just a cool, creepy story to get immersed in for a while. There was an awful lot of red on the horizon, though.