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Rachel's Attic (2002)

After returning home from a two week trial in Chicago, Rachel Bishop finds her sister Emily Bishop missing. She then finds her sister in what appears to be a well done snuff film where she ... See full summary »

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Rachel Nord ...
Nancy Walters ...
Alicia Bewernitz ...
Simone
Devin McPherson ...
Freddie
Alex Alexander ...
Johnathon Kipplinger
Dan Welcher ...
Christopher
Kathy Gauthier ...
Claire
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Ronald
Karl Sinclair ...
Executioner
Keith Jamerson ...
Gatty (scenes deleted)
Bill Laing ...
Keith
Steve Lucev ...
Orlando
Judith Ellis ...
Janice
Abigail Shah ...
Young Rachel
Jakie Olson ...
Young Emily
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After returning home from a two week trial in Chicago, Rachel Bishop finds her sister Emily Bishop missing. She then finds her sister in what appears to be a well done snuff film where she appears to be murdered. Disregarding the FBI's warning, Rachel probes into her sisters disappearance. She further finds out her sister was working as a Dominatrix at an unusual underground adult establishment in Detroit called the Playground. Rachel soon finds herself involved with the Playground and on the killers hit list. The chase is on... Written by David Michael Waszak <DetroitFilmMaker@juno.com>

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Look Away... If you Can.

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Rated R for violence, sexual content and language | See all certifications »

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$83,000 (estimated)
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Not that great
4 March 2005 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

I rented this movie on DVD. I knew that the movie wouldn't live up to what it promised me on the back of the case, but once I saw that Leatherface (Gunnar Hansen) was in it, I had to rent it. It starts off pretty good, with the premise being that snuff films are being aired over cable. However, the main character has nothing about her to make you feel sorry for her whatsoever, and the end of the movie really leaves you hanging. There are way too many unanswered questions. There was a great scene at the end that totally took me by surprise, but overall this is a very sub par movie, but I guess it was worth the $ 3.99 rental fee.


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