Clinton is convinced that Casey is a figment of his imagination. But seriously, what would a girl like her see in a guy like him? It seems that lately people are seeing all sorts of things ... See full summary »
Four friends are forced to enter an out of town junk-yard and throughout the night it's all hell and bullets as the local sheriff's men and the kids fight the mysterious killer that is stalking them one-by-one.
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Excellent movie! A positive outcome from a devastating disease
As a breast cancer warrior dedicated to creating HOPE for breast cancer survivors throughout the world, I enjoyed a private showing of this movie immensely! I enjoyed meeting Annie Parker and commend her for her contributions to the world of breast cancer. My message to other survivors is that we can all find the rainbows through the storm of breast cancer, which Annie Parker has done so poetically. Kudos to Steven Bernstein, the cast and crew for this movie. It made me laugh, cry and reminded me of what I hope all breast cancer survivors remember: we are not alone! I love watching the Facebook updates with people throughout the US and Canada begging for this movie to be released in theaters. I can't wait to see it again with my family when it is released.
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