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Outrage: Born in Terror (2009)

Outrage (original title)
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Christine takes her best friend with another couple for a final vacation when she goes to close up and sell her family's hunting lodge in the remote woods of Northern Georgia...but it's ... See full summary »

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Billy (as Pauly D)
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Trey
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Christine
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John Dillon ...
Ken Loomis
Kerry Wallum ...
Kerry Loomis
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Ryan Kelly Berkowitz ...
Sissy
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Duke
Katie Ann Smith ...
Young Christine (as Katie Smith)
Colleen Williams ...
Airport Girl
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Christine takes her best friend with another couple for a final vacation when she goes to close up and sell her family's hunting lodge in the remote woods of Northern Georgia...but it's also the scene of her worst childhood trauma. Things get worse when it turns out the lodge is in use by an ex-military sniper, Farragut and his three accomplice, the Loomis brothers, as a hideout who just escaped from a military prison. A hostage situation turns to hunting human prey as Christine and her friends Molly and Jack escape into the woods - the sadistic killers picking them off one-by-one, with Christine confronting worse and worse fears at every turn, realizing, and finally learning after meeting a medicine healer, Obeah ...it's her own fears that have drawn this nightmare upon her. And only if she overcomes them can she save her life and sanity. The spiritual message of the movie is based on "The Law of Attraction". Written by Chris Soth

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Decent flick though the message was a little heavy handed
6 December 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The reviews here seem to think this movie is either the wort thing ever made or the most amazing revelation ever to grace the silver screen. This movie is really neither. Some parts are a little unwieldy, but some parts flow well and contain real emotion.

The film's over all message is forced in places and it would probably have benefited from allowing viewers to discern their own message rather than explicitly explaining in voice over.

The effects are pretty good considering the budget, but you can't expect Hollywood grade CG here and there is a certain level of cheese in a few of them.

I think a few creative edits and a shorter cut would make this a much better movie. All in all, it is worth watching for indie and Madson fans.


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