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Sick Boy (2012)

Lucy takes a babysitting job, only to find out something evil lurks downstairs.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Helen Gordan
Cas Rooney ...
Jeremy Gordan
Officer Andy Pohlman
Walter Gordan
ER Doctor (as Angela Pierce)
Alex Cogburn ...
Hospital Orderly (as Alex Kogburn)
Fabian Watkins ...
James Ireland ...
Det. Law
Ann Hollingsworth Patrie ...
Det. Order (as Ann Cavazos Patrie)
Joe Calvin Anderson ...
Hospital Officer (as Joe Anderson)
Lisa Marie Kull ...


Lucy takes a babysitting job, only to find out something evil lurks downstairs.

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Horror | Thriller


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Release Date:

2012 (Germany)  »

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$200,000 (estimated)

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2.35 : 1
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Because the location used for the Gordon House was donated to production and filled with lots of expensive things the only practical blood seen in the film appears on Chris after being bitten by Jeremy. All other blood is realized through the use of CPU intensive fluid and particle simulations, ray tracing and global illumination techniques. The "black pudding" seen coming out of Mrs. Gordon's mouth was always with either a furni-pad or other protective material underneath Debbie Rochon to protect the white Berber carpet used throughout the house. See more »

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I preferred him in Trainspotting...
5 October 2013 | by See all my reviews

Sick boy is a film all about the worst babysitter ever, cleverly hidden behind the cover of a killer zombie holocaust flick. This girl snoops all over the house, uses the swimming pool without permission, steals the family's wine and forgets to bolt the door as she leaves. And all this, in the first couple of days. Oh and I almost forgot... She has the most ATROCIOUS taste in gangsta rap. By the time the Walking Dead arrive, we're too disgusted by this worthless hussy to really care as innocents get their throats ripped out.

And what about those flesh eating monsters, anyway? One of them holds a conversation with the girl, but the rest of the time, they're mindless killing machines. A bit of consistency would be nice. And a little more action too... For the most part, the movie is taken up with the buffoonish antics of our budding au pair, as she disregards every rule her employers set for her and makes the worst possible decision in every situation. And yet, when the final zombie has had it's head blown in, she's the only survivor. So much for Karma.

Basically, a very lazy film with an unattractive, unappealing and most of all, unintelligent lead. Don't bother. 4/10

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