Penny is a wide-eyed and eager fifteen-year-old girl whose life is governed by her mother. Rather than pursue a musical life with the cello, Penny breaks away from her mother's will and ... See full summary »
A group of friends on a weekend camping trip find themselves being picked off one by one when one member of the group refuses to abide by the urban myth that you can breathe in evil spirits when passing cemeteries.
Erin Marie Hogan
Actress Mika Andrews and her filmmaker boyfriend Louis Digman struggle through the trenches of the entertainment industry to succeed in "Hollywood." Told in raw documentary style, the ... See full summary »
Sara Malakul Lane,
Nicole Alexandra Shipley
Is a Asylum remake of Fear staring Mark Walberg See more »
In the final scene, the car is further into the home than it had been after hitting Denny. It would have had to have been puled back to remove his body, yet it is further forward than it had been. See more »
Well I've been on to you for months, Brooke.
Why, because you're some psycho stalker?
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"Born Bad" very apt name for this foul piece of work. However, I'm bumping UP my rating to a generous 3 out of 10 stars, due to the fact that I can't turn away from it! Somehow, the rice-paper thin plot, acting skills that don't even rival the likes of adult film stars, and a leading man who is far from credible are not enough to send me running for the remote and stop this madness from polluting my living room. Fortunately, trailers were included for other films generated from the same studio; arming the consumer with information needed to avoid the rest of their work like the Plague (the theme of another Asylum film, of course). Perhaps I'm actually enjoying how bad Born Bad is; after all I only paid $1 for it at Redbox, and you get what you pay for. See you again soon Born Bad, in Wal*mart's $5 DVD bin.
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