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After arranging a meeting with a stranger from an online dating site, Valora falls victim to an abusive psychopath. But rather than trying to flee she decides to play his game and ultimately turn the tables on him, with the hunter becoming the hunted. Written by
I would watch this one again. Don't let the first few minutes scare you off. This isn't Saw, and it isn't I Spit On Your Grave. It's low budget for sure, but the quality was pretty good (and doesn't detract too much overall, mostly just transitions). I don't like torture films, so I was leery (and the title is cheesy), but this one was heavy on the story, not the torture (kind of like Touristas). One issue where you definitely need to suspend your disbelief: how did a strong woman like this get duped into meeting a creep like that at a secluded location? Seriously, even in the rural desert I don't think that happens. Get past that point and you're fine.
A bit formulaic, but well executed. In short, I've seen a lot worse movies of this type with much larger budgets. Give this one a chance. It won't blow you away, but it is a decent horror flick.
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