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Stormswept (1995)

R | | Horror | October 1995 (Italy)

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(as David Marsh)

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(as David Marsh), (as Svetlana Marsh)
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Justin Carroll ...
Damon
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Missy
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Dottie
Julie Hughes ...
Brianna
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Eugene
Lorissa McComas ...
Kelly
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Maris
Hunt Scarritt ...
Lorne
Brett Harman ...
Dave
Philip Margiotta ...
Bob
Shahan Suzmeyan ...
Air Boat Villain
Michele Marsh ...
Girl on Bike
'Big Al' Solomon ...
Probate Attorney
Greta Stephens ...
Girl at Picnic
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Tiffany (as Kelly Collins)
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You Can Feel It Watching.

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Horror

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Rated R for strong sexuality and language, and for violence/gore
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Damon: Very filmic!
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Unwatchable.
21 July 1999 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

"Stormswept" is bad in every way: technically inept (witness the many continuity errors regarding costuming, the frequent intrusion of the boom mike into frame or the overall poor image quality), clumsily written and spottily acted. Though sold as a paranormal thriller, it is mostly an actor's workshop; the characters are stranded in a big old Louisiana plantation house while a storm rages outside. There are numerous boobs on display, male-female sex, female-female sex and lots of talking about sex, all presented in the least visually interesting fashion imaginable. Regarding its horror elements: "Stormswept" is a surprisingly bloodless film. At least a little gratuitous killing would have livened up the proceedings; when this dud reaches its rushed ending, one is tempted to scratch one's head with a dumbfounded expression and ask oneself the question, "Did I really just waste and hour and a half of my life on that?" AVOID this time-waster no matter what; you'd be better off smacking your head with a hammer and watching the stars and planets orbit for 90 minutes.


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