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Clearly a B-thriller, even one I never heard of. Even, the director, Fiona MacKenzie is unknown. But I came across this DVD on a second hand market and by just looking at it it ringed a bell.
The main lead wasn't unknown for a horror buff like me. Dina Meyer is probably the biggest name. After this flick she went further to the Saw franchise as Detective Allison Kerry. Dylan Walsh played the main lead in the remake of The Stepfather (2009) and Craig Sheffer played the main lead as Cabal in Clive Barker's Nightbreed (1990) and the last main lead Michele Hicks just came from Mulholland Drive (2001). What we see is that even horror actors can act. They were all believable and this movie was over even before you knew it. Even as you know who's the bad guy you still want to know what is happening. There's a bit of nudity in it but nothing really to mention because nothing is shown.
This is in fact a simple no-brainer, the kind that you kept watching until the end credits are over. No effects used and almost no red stuff in it. But still watchable.
Gore 0/5 Nudity 0,5/5 Effects 0/5 Story 2/5 Comedy 0/5
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