Passed the Door of Darkness: Two young children dead, floating face down in their family's bathtub. Their mother, shot in the back of the head, lies next to the tub in a pool of her own ... See full summary »
Passed the Door of Darkness: Two young children dead, floating face down in their family's bathtub. Their mother, shot in the back of the head, lies next to the tub in a pool of her own blood. On the floor slumped against a blood covered wall is her husband, dead of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head. For rookie Homicide Detective Chris Malloy this grisly scene is more than he expected to see in his first week of working the graveyard shift. For his partner, grizzled yet poetic Detective Murphy MacCasey, this is but one tragedy among countless in his fifteen years in homicide. They haven't seen anything yet. Written by
This movie is, hands down, one of the worst I've seen in a long time. The script is nothing but terrible, clichéd lines, the acting is atrocious, and many of the stylistic touches are annoying (especially certain scenes where the characters' lines are echoed, as if the director didn't trust us to remember the important ones). I feel bad for the people who worked on this film, because they probably thought it would turn out really moody and suspenseful. Instead, I found myself laughing at the lame "twist ending" and nearly dozing off at certain points. What a waste of time. I almost never comment on this site, but this movie was just so bad that I had to come here and warn others about it.
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