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Hobbs End (2002)

Video  -  Drama | Horror | Mystery  -  14 May 2002 (USA)
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A young widow who lives in an isolated region is visited by a charming serial killer who has unusual psychic gifts.


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Cast overview:
Catarina Conti ...
Lacey Cole
Stacy Hunter ...
Cindy Carns
Jerry Fitzpatrick ...
Michael Bodine
Todd Farrell


Lacey Cole, a beautiful young widow living in an isolated cabin in the forest of the great American Northwest, is forced to fight for her very survival when she lets a stranger into her life. Michael Bodine, a serial killer and demented genius with bizarre psychic powers takes on the personality of Lacey's dead husband, lulling her into a state of open trust and romancs. When Michael reveals his true identity, a life and death struggle begins, pitting Lacey's ingenuity against a consummate evil genius. Written by Pete Schutt

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Rated R for violence and some language





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14 May 2002 (USA)  »

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22 February 2003 | by (Illinois, USA) – See all my reviews

It's hard to express sometimes just how bad a motion picture is. I mean after all, haven't we ALL had someone come up to us and say, "It's the WORST motion picture I've ever seen?" After a while, the term really doesn't have much meaning anymore.

While I can't quite say that this is the worst horror film I've ever seen (after seeing literally thousands of them, that honor I give to "Rat Man" with "Beast in the Cellar" ranking a close runner up), it certainly does rank up there in the top bracket of lameness which I usually reserve for older films (for some reason I expect modern day direct-to-video horror movies to suck).

So what's wrong with it? Well, first of all it fails a usually sturdy horror movie concept (self-reliant woman fights for her life in an isolated rural setting against one or multiple assilaints). Here we get an endless 100 minutes of an unappealing actor trying to hide he's a psychopath (a character as supposedly smart as the woman in this movie should have been able to tell after her first conversation with him, but like the rest of the movie, she remains stone still with a concerned look on her face while he has any number of freak outs), mixed with clumsily directed murder scenes, and an ridiculously repetitive and drawn-out final twenty minutes.

oh yeah, and there's some stuff about this guy being a shape shifting, mind-reading serial killer who may be possessed by the spirit of some kind of dead prospector who has cursed the valley. Oh man...

For better entries in this sub-genera (I'm picking more obscure ones) try, "Death Weekend," "Fortress," or even "Rituals" even though that last one is more of a "Deliverance" copy than anything else.

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