Julia, better known as Jewel to her friends and family, is a teenage runaway who is unwilling to live within the rules and boundaries set by her parents. She has run away once before, and ... See full summary »

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Charles DeVos ...
Charles R. Dunlop
Christie Dishner ...
Streetwalker
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SGT Ben Peterson
T.J. Glenn ...
TJ Carlson
Saskia Gonzalez ...
Julia
Robert Morales ...
John in SUV
Audra Pezza ...
Streetwalker
Ed Polgardy ...
SGT Robert Cimino
Ron Sheppard ...
REP Robert Jennings
Eric Valdes ...
Strangelove (voice)
Ms. Veronique ...
Morgana
Teresa Vicario ...
Amelia Jennings
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Kidnapper (as Terry West)
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Julia, better known as Jewel to her friends and family, is a teenage runaway who is unwilling to live within the rules and boundaries set by her parents. She has run away once before, and her father's connections have kept that quiet. This time, however, an election cycle is about to begin and the scandal of a runaway daughter has congressman Robert Jennings desperate. Desperate enough to have half the NYPD out quietly looking for his daughter, and desperate enough to pay privately to have her found and brought back home. The problem for those looking for her, though, is that she is no longer on the streets, and is instead imprisoned in an underground bunker, having been kidnapped by a sadistic serial murderer. Jewel knows exactly how much longer she has left to live, but will it be long enough for anybody to find her? Written by Joseph Monks

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15 October 2011 (USA)  »

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$94,000 (estimated)
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the Bunker

Joe Monks I received this little gem in the mail one day from director Joseph Monks and me and a friend set down and peeped it. It also came with a sweet little comic book called SICK AND TWISTED that is super super cool. But enough about that for now and back to the movie in question. Julia ,played by Saskia Gonzalez, better known as Jewel to her friends and family, is a teenage runaway who is unwilling to live within the rules and boundaries set by her parents. She has run away once before, and her father's connections have kept that quiet. This time, however, an election cycle is about to begin and the scandal of a runaway daughter has congressman Robert Jennings desperate. Desperate enough to have half the NYPD out quietly looking for his daughter, and desperate enough to pay privately to have her found and brought back home. The problem for those looking for her, though, is that she is no longer on the streets, and is instead imprisoned in an underground bunker, having been kidnapped by a sadistic serial murderer. Jewel knows exactly how much longer she has left to live, but will it be long enough for anybody to find her? The direction set forth is excellent thanks to Joe Monks which I must add is blind!!! yes i said blind. So that's miraculous in its own. The acting, well, where oh where to start. Gonzalez completely sells the hell out of her role as she makes you truly fell a sense of despair and hope she gets away as she tries to figure out just how she's going to do so. The character of the sadist is played by none other then veteran to this genre Terry West is off the chain. He's a big big guy and is very intimidating. He instills a sense of fear in the viewer and really gets under your skin. As stated the direction of this movie solidly flows and is just outright a great little film. I do have to ask who in the hell the lady in the black was. They fail to explain that, other then that THE BUNKER is an excellent way to fill up some time so grab a few brew-skis and a bag of popcorn. I believe his transition from comic books to film making was pretty flawless. Enjoy the movie.


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