Josh Carter has fallen into a deep depression from the recent loss of his wife. In his delusions he starts to see a black caped figure and becomes entangled in a secret society that works ... See full summary »
Josh Carter has fallen into a deep depression from the recent loss of his wife. In his delusions he starts to see a black caped figure and becomes entangled in a secret society that works together to learn from the ever changing patterns of IT. As Josh's battles to keep his sanity his memories of the accident start to change. As the events of the tragic accident start to unfold he must come to face the one responsible for her death. Written by
Rick L. Winters
The scenes shot in the Seattle Underground were slightly impeded due to the pervasive smell of dead and rotting rats. The smokiness in the scene was from the large amount of incense being burned to cover the smell. Thankfully, the smoke added a desirable atmosphere to the scene, and was left in. See more »
Starts of with a promising concept but in the end, becomes completely pointless.
I came home from work and picked up my package of DVD's I ordered online, one of them of course was THE EVADING, so I got it open, put it in my player and started watching, when I was finished with it my reaction was that this was a good concept dragged through the mud, the concept for the first half kept my interest but then things take a bizarre twist and I figure, what was actually the point? Keep people guessing about what's going on, then throw in a so called twist ending that doesn't even put things in perspective? The film's actors also seemed a little dismal at times especially Eric Stevens, who plays the lead character who suffers from depression after the loss of his wife and pretty much keeps that same depressed look on his face throughout the film, the one cast member that showed some acting talent was the little girl who played Carla (I don't remember her real name) she actually tried to act decent and looked pretty creepy at times being so quiet.
Overall, the writer and director needs to go back to film school, and Eric Stevens needs happy pills or should try and get more sleep because this was really disappointing.
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