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Writer (WGA):
Katie L. Fetting (written by)
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Release Date:
26 September 2009 (Japan) See more »
A girl never forgets her first love...
A jilted ex-girlfriend plots revenge after her former beau comes back to their hometown with a new lover. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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Flawed 'Misery'-esque thriller with reversed gender See more (16 total) »


  (in credits order)

Mischa Barton ... Shelby Mercer

Matt Long ... Mike Donaldson

Jessica Stroup ... Elizabeth Mitchum

Michael Landes ... Billy Fletcher

Allen Williamson ... Adams
Joshua Elijah Reese ... Billick

Nick Pasqual ... Davis

Joe Forgione ... Elfman
Alex Hooper ... Jablonski
Cassandra Nentwig ... Monica
Danielle Simone ... Jackie
Hunter Seagroves ... Eddie
Robert Haley ... Lloyd Christiansen

Mary Decaro ... Taylor (as Mary Griffin)

Amanda Jane Cooper ... Aleisha
Bingo O'Malley ... Elderly Proprietor
Denise Dal Vera ... Mrs. Donaldson
Philip Winters ... Doug Donaldson (as Phil Winters)

Marty Terry ... Proprietor's Wife

Byrdie Bell ... Belle (as Evelyn 'Byrdie' Bell)

David Flick ... Coach
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Emily Martin ... Posse Girl #1 (uncredited)
Andrew McCune ... Bowling Alley Exiting Male Patron (uncredited)

Benjamin Jeran McGinn ... Jock (uncredited)
Krista Ream ... Mother (uncredited)
Logan C. Sayre ... Gym Boy (uncredited)

Directed by
Morgan J. Freeman 
Writing credits
Katie L. Fetting (written by)

Produced by
Pamela Bard .... co-executive producer
Nuala Barton .... executive producer
Bingo Gubelmann .... producer
Jack Heller .... co-producer
Rupert Hope .... co-executive producer
Benji Kohn .... producer
Bill Papariella .... producer
Chris Papavasiliou .... executive producer
Austin Stark .... producer
Alexandra Wachtel .... associate producer
Jim Young .... producer
Original Music by
Jack Livesey 
Cinematography by
John Burdick (director of photography)
Stephen Kazmierski 
Film Editing by
Keith Reamer 
Casting by
Scout Masterson 
Production Design by
Mark White 
Set Decoration by
Rebecca Brown 
Costume Design by
Tere Duncan 
Makeup Department
Rachel Geary .... additional makeup artist
Jeannee Josefczyk .... key makeup artist
Nancy Keslar .... hair stylist
Rosalee Riggle .... key hair stylist
Marianne Skiba .... makeup artist (as Mary Anne Skiba)
Steve Tolin .... special makeup effects artist
Production Management
Michael Kolko .... unit production manager
Alex Orlovsky .... post-production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Alyssa Batchelor .... second second assistant director
Adam Doench .... first assistant director
Michael Kolko .... second unit director
Daniel R. Suhart .... second assistant director
Art Department
William R. Bricker .... set dresser
Daragh Byrne .... set dresser
Jonathan Curotola .... assistant: set dresser
Darien N. D'Alfonso .... scenic artist
Jolene Dames .... on-set painter
William H. Franko .... on-set dresser (as Bill H. Franko)
Cynthia Giron .... assistant property master
Anna Hawkins .... art department coordinator
Merissa Lombardo .... set dresser
Gregory Puchalski .... scenic charge
Donald Lee Rager .... set dresser
Jesse Ross .... set dresser
Diane Sunderlin .... leadman
Joseph Waterkotte .... construction coordinator (as Joseph A. Waterkotte)
Leo Welsh .... set dresser
Gregory A. Williams .... set dresser (as Gregory 'Gig' Williams)
Sound Department
Shaun Brennan .... foley artist
Rachel Chancey .... foley editor
Dino Distefano .... boom operator
Mark Filip .... sound effects editor
Lewis Goldstein .... sound re-recording mixer
Lewis Goldstein .... supervising sound editor
Cate Montana .... adr editor
Cate Montana .... dialogue editor
Herman Pearl .... boom operator
Tom Ryan .... sound intern
Jeanne Sison .... audio post producer
Chris Strollo .... production sound mixer
Michael Suarez .... re-recording mixer: M&E
Special Effects by
Steve Tolin .... special effects coordinator
Visual Effects by
Peter Heady .... DI finishing artist
Bingo Gubelmann .... stunts
Jason Silvis .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Blane Allan .... gaffer
Kevin C. Brady .... electrician (as Kevin 'KC' Brady)
Matthew Bulleri .... grip
John Codi .... additional grip
Gregory L. Edwards .... dolly grip
Ray 'Chazz' Edwards .... best boy grip (as Ray 'Chazz' Edwards)
Tom Foley .... electrician
Adam Marze .... video assist
Ralph Migliori .... electrician
Jon D. Morrison .... electrician
John S. Moyer .... steadicam operator (as John 'Buzz' Moyer)
Mark D. Pasquale .... electrician
Brian Powers .... best boy electric
Donald Lee Rager .... still photographer
Amanda Rotzler .... second assistant camera
Keith Seymour .... key grip
Colin Sheehy .... film loader
Zoran Zdrnja .... electrician
Casting Department
Donna M. Belajac .... location casting
Rick Mason .... extras casting
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Lindsey Tervo-Clemmens .... costume assistant
Lisa Thoreson .... key costumer
Editorial Department
Noah Amos .... assistant editor
Chris Beardsley .... technician: Arriscan
John Dowdell .... digital intermediate colorist
Jean Lane .... digital intermediate producer
Nathan Lindsey .... apprentice editor
Misako Shimizu .... first assistant editor
Tim Spitzer .... digital intermediate supervisor
Music Department
Gerry Cueller .... music supervisor
Greg Danylyshyn .... music supervisor
Brian Deming .... additional score recordist
Andy Farber .... conductor
Andy Farber .... orchestrator
Transportation Department
Samuel Adams .... driver
Adam Barnett .... driver
Mike Bearer .... driver
David Belasco .... driver
Kathleen Jandrokovic .... driver
David Jockel .... driver (as David N. Jockel)
Michael G. Kondes Jr. .... transportation captain (as Michael G. Kondos Jr.)
Donald A. Kraus .... transportation coordinator
Kevin Roche .... driver
John White Jr. .... driver: honeywagon
John 'Detroit' White .... driver: honeywagon
David Witzorreck .... driver (as David Witzonreck)
Other crew
Alyssa Batchelor .... key set production assistant
Andrea Bernick .... production assistant
Bianca Bezdek-Goodloe .... legal services (as Bianca Bezdek)
Bianca Bezdek-Goodloe .... production legal (as Bianca Bezdek)
Sheila Brindisi .... travel coordinator
Kyle Broom .... script supervisor
James Dreussi .... stand-in
Matt Dull .... production coordinator
Bart Duva .... caterer
Alex Fay .... assistant to actors: Mischa Barton
Jeffrey Francek .... caterer (as Jeff Francek)
Valerie Gatchell .... production coordinator
Pasquale Anthony Greco .... production assistant
Kevin Harner .... caterer
Kate Hennessy .... production assistant
Briana C. Hill .... production counsel
Kristopher Hummel .... assistant catering
Kent Jackson .... production assistant
Genie Jose-Nguyen .... production counsel
Angela Karakatsanis .... production coordinator
Brandon Kelly .... assistant location manager
Carl Kent .... set medic (as Carl A. Kent)
Andrea Kubala .... production accountant
Amy Lamb .... production coordinator (as Amy Lam)
Drew Levinson .... stand-in: Matt Long
Jennifer Lottis .... travel coordinator
David Magdael .... publicist
Dale McQueen .... production assistant
Melissa Mittereder .... craft service assistant
David Morrison .... production legal
David Albert Pierce .... production legal
Melissa Rotonto .... assistant craft services
Dan Short .... production assistant
Andrew Smith .... craft service
Mary Beth Spears .... set medic (as Mary Beth Spear)
Don Wadsworth .... voice coach
David H. 'Wino' Weinstein .... location manager
Andy Williams .... dailies
Steven Bittle .... the producers wish to thank
Jamie Sheib .... special thanks
Peter Sterling .... special thanks
Bryan Weiss .... special thanks

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Rated R for some violence and language
USA:88 min
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Continuity: When Mike and Shelby are alone in the bowling alley, she pours him an Iced Tea. As the conversation continues, his drink switches to his right and his left. When it's on his right, it's appears to be a Coke. When it's on his left, it's an iced tea again.See more »
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0 out of 1 people found the following review useful.
Flawed 'Misery'-esque thriller with reversed gender, 29 October 2012
Author: GL84 from Los Angeles, Ca

When they arrive at his home town for a big celebration, a man's girlfriend is captured by his psychotic ex and tortured for stealing him away from her while he and his friends race to save her before it's too late.

This one here is a rather curious thriller rather than an out-and-out horror effort. One of the main issues with this one is the really bland pacing, which has the abduction placed oddly later in the film than it should because it deals with the useless extraneous moments in the film where she's dealing with outside issues that have nothing to do with the main torture scenes. The majority of the scenes consist of either her attempting to get away only to be stopped without any kind of true punishment offered only to repeat the process again or his friends telling him to get on with his life, and it manages to plod along lifelessly instead of generating any interest. Rather than doing any kind of physical, damaging torture, it features only knock-outs or drugging and carries on in a series of lame parts that give off a thriller feel more than a true horror film, and the painful, agonizing moments of her trying to win him back or pining over a rejection don't help this one much. The finale does have some pretty decent moments, including the clever discovery of the kidnapping, some brutal confrontations down in the basement and a rousing conclusion, but it's all too claustrophobic and confining to really get where it could've gone. This is just too flawed and has too little right about it to really be of any importance.

Rated R: Language and Violence.

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