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A robbery victim moves to a gated community for solace and peace of mind -- only to find her darkest fears realized -- in this made-for-Lifetime thriller. Baywatch's Alexandra Paul stars as... See full summary »
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A Canadian therapist has one last chance to keep his own personal life afloat by avoiding a job transfer to Gimli and working to help three patients suffering from extreme post-traumatic stress disorder.
In the near future, Uffizi and Luke travel to the remote reaches of war torn Romania to rescue Elizabeth and finish the vampire once and for all. Along the way, they encounter TV news journalist and a corps of rebels trying to fight the vampire uprising which plagues their country.
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Dark Honeymoon follows a man who marries a seductive woman after a brief and passionate relationship. During their honeymoon, on the Pacific coast, terrible truths unfold as those around them die mysterious deaths. Written by
Avoid this one like the plague. It runs like a bad lifetime 'thriller of the week'. Instead of Markie Post, we get Lindy Booth eagerly trying to earn a Razzie. At least Nick Cornish is hot and he can act (a little).
The plot is boring, the editing is predictable. I'll give them a little credit for the cinematography. The G-list 'stars' appear for a few scenes and disappear. I suspect they were grateful to meet their bloody destiny in order to be spared the suffering of the rest of this dismal film.
IF you're going to make a bad movie, at least make it campy or amusing. This is just a badly written and directed thriller without thrills.
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