Gruesome true story of murderer Richard Speck who killed eight nursing students in one night in Chicago during the late sixties. The story also follows him to his prison fate and uncovers more of his strange behavoir before his death.
An Alberta small-town police chief officially finds no suspect in the bloody stabbing to death of 'working girl' Jane McGill. Her daughters are adopted two years later, trough his friend ... See full summary »
Six complete strangers are forced to band together and flee the city when a zombie outbreak occurs. But after making camp in the middle of the wilderness, the group realise it's each other they should fear.
P. Lynn Johnson,
In June of 2002, Salt Lake City Utah was the scene of a chilling kidnapping. An angelic young girl was stolen from her bed in the middle of the night. The daughter of a wealthy Mormon ... See full summary »
Julie Ellis and Luke Muldenhower are high schoolers in love. They're lives are going great! Luke is going to get a scholar for football and Julie is an honors student. Suddenly, they're ... See full summary »
James A. Contner
Upstanding citizen Ed Smart lives happily with his wife and five children in Salt Lake City. Until youngest daughter Mary Katherine is the traumatized sole witness to the kidnapping from their home of sister Elisabeth. After treating Ed and eldest Charles as prime suspects for statistics' sake, undermining initially wide community support, they concentrate on jailed pedophile Richard Ricci. For years, the investigation goes nowhere, even after if becomes clear Ricci is probably Innocent. The lunatic kidnapper, homeless handyman turned mini-sect prophet 'Emmanuel', and his blindly-devoted airhead wife meanwhile indoctrinates 'adopted, chosen' Elisabeth, but fate and his alcohol demon bring him to the footlights. Written by
The attempted kidnapping of Elizabeth Smart's cousin was in fact neither a coincidence nor a practical joke. Though unexplained in the film, Elizabeth often talked about her close relationship with her cousin, Olivia Wright, to her captors, inadvertently telling them where she lived and that she was close to her in age. Brian Mitchell, as part of his plan to take multiple wives, decided that Olivia would be his next victim, but the kidnapping attempt was unsuccessful when the family was awakened by the noise, causing Mitchell to flee the scene. See more »
When Elizabeth is shown playing the harp it is very obvious that she isn't actually playing, as the movements of her fingers do not match the soundtrack. See more »
[as Emmanuel wakes her up in the middle of the night]
Who are you? What are you doing here?
Come with me or I will kill you and your family.
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When young Elizabeth Smart was kidnapped in 2002, I felt so bad for her family. I prayed every night for the day she would come home to them. When I found out she returned home safely, I cried instantly. I was eleven when she was kidnapped and was twelve when she came home. I'm now fourteen, going on fifteen in five days, and I still remember this movie. The actors are incredible. Everyone in this movie was absolutely amazing! Amber Marshall, who played Elizabeth in this incredible film, was absolutely amazing! She made people understand what Elizabeth went through when she was kidnapped! I can't wait to see this movie again! I LOVE THIS MOVIE!!!!!!
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