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Behind the Wall (2008)

PG-13 | | Horror, Thriller | 30 August 2008 (Spain)
Maine coastal town Harrison Bay is broke, so deputy mayor Drew Cabot arranges a deal with a contractor to develop the abandoned lighthouse for tourism. Father Hendry fails to convince the ... See full summary »

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(as Michael Bafaro),
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Katelyn Parks
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Father Hendry
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Drew Cabot
Andy Jones ...
Ray Sanders
Brad Hodder ...
Eric Carrinton
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Monica
Jody Richardson ...
Triggs Herman
Julia Kennedy ...
8 year old Katelyn
Mike Daly ...
Christopher Parks
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Leon Ferguson
Ruth Lawrence ...
Elaine
Paul Rowe ...
Police Officer
Geraldine Hollett ...
Tessa
Sean Panting ...
Local
Donnie Coady ...
Ridley Parks
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Storyline

Maine coastal town Harrison Bay is broke, so deputy mayor Drew Cabot arranges a deal with a contractor to develop the abandoned lighthouse for tourism. Father Hendry fails to convince the town council to veto the project. He also invited, sneakily, Katelyn Parks, who was foster-raised out of state after her father Christopher was locked-up for her mother's murder there. Once the basement is broken open, new bloodshed starts, and the horrible truth about the past is slowly unveiled. Written by KGF Vissers

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Horror | Thriller

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some violent content and brief sexuality
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30 August 2008 (Spain)  »

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The Wall  »

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Budget:

$1,200,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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Stock as stock can be
16 October 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This film was just...bland. I really enjoy sifting through under-the-radar horror films, and sometimes I find gems, but this time I found a decaying piece of driftwood. The plot was not only stock, but executed poorly; there was no suspense, there were no scares, and it was so predictable and cookie-cutter that I found myself quoting the next few lines before they were actually said several times.

Lindy Booth was nice to look at, as usual, but that's literally the only good thing I can say about this film. The credits were the best part. Save yourself an hour and a half of your life and skip this one; you won't regret it.


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