Harry Seigal is a private investigator who, several years earlier, was dismissed from the police force after accidentally killing a suspect during interrogation. Now he's taken on a case ... See full summary »

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Harry Seigal is a private investigator who, several years earlier, was dismissed from the police force after accidentally killing a suspect during interrogation. Now he's taken on a case for a woman whose husband she suspects is cheating on her. After setting up in a house across from his target, he begins observation. However, Seigal is about to discover is that his past is coming back to haunt him. Written by bioguyver43

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Connections

References The Lone Ranger (1949) See more »

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Get Away With That
Written by Michael Baiardi and Daniel Salvatore Sr
Published by Soundfile Publishing (ASCAP)
Performed by Caliber
Courtesy of Soundfile Records
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good storyline, weak ending
17 May 2010 | by (Midian) – See all my reviews

As said before, the new series will not be that strong as Masters of Horror. It isn't really bloody or let's say, gory. It's more something to be told in a episode of The Outer Limits or Twilight Zone. But here we are, it's on the DVD so we have to watch it. This time it's been directed by one who had some experience in the genre. And it works. It is a slow builder, with some plot changes but if you are smart you can guess what's coming. Eric Roberts gives a good performance but was I surprised how old he was. Anyway, it isn't really a horror story it's more a supernatural storyline. Due his slowness it gives you a feeling that you are watching a movie which is okay. My only complain is that the ending isn't really a surprise and somehow, the end comes too quick. It's a conversation between victim and euh, victim but suddenly, bang, a gunshot, end credits... a bit too easy for an sudden end.


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